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Commit 0b20326f authored by Mark van Lent's avatar Mark van Lent
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Update article to show how I use a Docker container to proxy traffic

parent 59784384
title: Setting up a temporary HTTP/HTTPS proxy via SSH
date: 2013-09-19 06:32
tags: [development, devops]
tags: [development, devops, docker]
Currently I'm working on a project where I have the staging
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[micro_inetd]( to proxy
traffic via my laptop. This is a description of how you can set things up.
**Update 2019-07-15:** I am currently using a Docker to run a proxy on my
laptop. I have added a [Docker](#docker) section where I describe my new
# Ad hoc
Obviously the first step is to install the relevant packages on the
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Now, there may be better solutions (especially if you want to
permanently setup a proxy), but for my purposes this works great.
# Docker
**Update 2019-07-15:** When I originally wrote this article, I was not yet (or
only just) using Docker. But when I was setting up a new laptop a while ago, I
wanted to run a proxy in a Docker container.
As a result, I now run the following to start a proxy:
$ docker run --name squid -d -p 3128:3128 datadog/squid
This way I don't have to install micro_proxy and micro_inetd on my machine.
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