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Okay, so I feel foolish for purchasing multiple ips (an additional 6) for my VPS, in an attempt to run multiple instances of tribot on the one VPS, as I do with proxies on my home computer. However, I have not been able to setup / use the extra ip addresses... I can curl ipv4.icanhazip.com --interface eth97 for example, and it gives the ip address of one of the extras that I bought, however, if I don't specify the interface with whatever command I am running, it wont use it. I can't figure out how to use the other ip addresses to run tribot.jar I have spent days researching different ways in trying to accomplish this to make up for my mistake in not buying separate VPS's at a slightly higher $ rate. Would be very grateful for anyone who can help me out in trying to figure this out... I have tried things such as LXC, tuntap, creating virtual interfaces, assigning multiple ip's to one interface, which sort of works, however I cant figure out how to use the secondary ip address on the same interface. Hopefully I am not being too vague... If you have any questions for trying to help me, please don't hesitate, feel free to ask.

Thank You,

grammatoncleric

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2 minutes ago, YoHoJo said:

Here's info on how to use proxies with TRiBot:
https://rsbotspot.com/post/how-to-use-proxies-with-tribot/

Ask you host for the IP, Port, and user/pass (if it has one), and enter the info into TRiBot proxy settings.

TRiBot only supports SOCKS proxies.
Recommended providers in the link above

Right, I am able to use the proxies that i purchased on BlazeSEO, however, I also purchased extra external ips for a VPS, and these are far more difficult to use I am gathering. The ips that i rented arent proxies, they are like residential ips

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17 minutes ago, grammatoncleric said:

these are far more difficult to use

It's as simple as entering the proxy info into the settings.

Ask you host what the IP, port, user & pass are.
Make sure they are SOCKS proxies.

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1 hour ago, grammatoncleric said:

Okay, so I feel foolish for purchasing multiple ips (an additional 6) for my VPS, in an attempt to run multiple instances of tribot on the one VPS, as I do with proxies on my home computer. However, I have not been able to setup / use the extra ip addresses... I can curl ipv4.icanhazip.com --interface eth97 for example, and it gives the ip address of one of the extras that I bought, however, if I don't specify the interface with whatever command I am running, it wont use it. I can't figure out how to use the other ip addresses to run tribot.jar I have spent days researching different ways in trying to accomplish this to make up for my mistake in not buying separate VPS's at a slightly higher $ rate. Would be very grateful for anyone who can help me out in trying to figure this out... I have tried things such as LXC, tuntap, creating virtual interfaces, assigning multiple ip's to one interface, which sort of works, however I cant figure out how to use the secondary ip address on the same interface. Hopefully I am not being too vague... If you have any questions for trying to help me, please don't hesitate, feel free to ask.

Thank You,

grammatoncleric

I don't have much experience managing and accessing multiple IPs on a server. However, I have an idea which might work? The only way I can see making use of these is to find a way to route a program through an ethernet interface that isn't your primary one, but I'm unsure how to do that off hand. What I think you could do is use a proxy program like 3Proxy (probably not the best, but it's the only one I've ever used successfully), to create SOCKS5 proxies on your server. I believe 3Proxy will allow you to specify which ethernet adapter you want to hook to. From there, you could just connect to the proxies like you would any other proxy.

 

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8 hours ago, grammatoncleric said:

Okay, so I feel foolish for purchasing multiple ips (an additional 6) for my VPS, in an attempt to run multiple instances of tribot on the one VPS, as I do with proxies on my home computer. However, I have not been able to setup / use the extra ip addresses... I can curl ipv4.icanhazip.com --interface eth97 for example, and it gives the ip address of one of the extras that I bought, however, if I don't specify the interface with whatever command I am running, it wont use it. I can't figure out how to use the other ip addresses to run tribot.jar I have spent days researching different ways in trying to accomplish this to make up for my mistake in not buying separate VPS's at a slightly higher $ rate. Would be very grateful for anyone who can help me out in trying to figure this out... I have tried things such as LXC, tuntap, creating virtual interfaces, assigning multiple ip's to one interface, which sort of works, however I cant figure out how to use the secondary ip address on the same interface. Hopefully I am not being too vague... If you have any questions for trying to help me, please don't hesitate, feel free to ask.

Thank You,

grammatoncleric

hi, can u open the vps from the different ips? like connect to them using the other ips, usually my dedicated server gives me 2 ips were i can connect in either of them and still connect to the same hardware but with different ip, can u ask ur host to do that for you? i dont know if this will work im just suggesting it not sure.

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On 7/16/2018 at 10:24 PM, leoshiro said:

hi, can u open the vps from the different ips? like connect to them using the other ips, usually my dedicated server gives me 2 ips were i can connect in either of them and still connect to the same hardware but with different ip, can u ask ur host to do that for you? i dont know if this will work im just suggesting it not sure.

I can open up the vps from the different ips, however, there is a routing issue. I have asked my host to do this for me, and they will not, they just refer me to their docs. However, I did have someone help me setup shorewall, and I am able login to lxc containers, and when I curl my ip, without specifying the interface, it resolves to the ip I/we assigned to the lxc container, however I am having difficulties with the vncserver, and getting a desktop on the lxc container. Was looking at docker to try and do the same thing.

Essentially i'd like to split the vps into several smaller vps's... Also thought about something like linux virtual desktops (compiz for ex:), so that I am able to see the different bots, since I need different instances of TriBot to run multiple proxies. 

3proxy was suggested by Fluffee, however, I cannot seem to get these ips working with 3proxy, since tuts on this software is very scarce. I scanned the ip address, and it shows that the way I setup 3proxy is working for the ips that I used, (ports 1080, and 3128 are open), and were not open by default, so I believe 3proxy is doing its job correctly, however I am not able to login, or use the proxies based on ip. I am using the 3proxy username/password I created, and I also tried the username/password that my host gave me. I haven't tried to run 3proxy in the lxc containers yet to create the proxy for each ip based on the interface, perhaps this would be a good way to do so.

My host forces me to use a different ip address to login to a vnc session, which I think is quite odd, since I am not able to put vnc on the server itself, perhaps I can request my host to disable their vncserver, and allow me to interface with my own.

Wanted to use this host, because I can host each bot for $3.6+proxy cost (when using 50 bots), currently I am spending $4.6 a month for each bot

Never thought it would be this difficult...

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