I have an ISP (public hospital) who is blocking everything through a program called
Fortiguard. It's very annoying. Its blocking my public library as a terrorist organization. It's blocking me from accessing my work email because its considered social media. It's blocking computer support and coding sites under the category of "Hacking". However
Pandora seem to work well. I'm surprised these website are even working.
VPNs don't work. Changing the
DNS server doesn't work.
HTTPS doesn't even keep me safe. The only thing which does work is
Tor. I would like to route all my system connections through a trusted exit node in
I figured the best way to do this was to create a VPN server with a hidden service address (vps is limited in bandwidth) in on my VPS (if they haven't blocked
ssh). To do this I need to route everything through the
Tor proxy and then to the hidden service address via the
vpn protocol. I'm staying here for three more days and I would really love to give this hospital IT a piece of my mind but to avoid confrontation I would much rather just cut the crap and bypass all this.
Long story short: Is there a way to route
vpn through proxy? So the Internet access will work like this:
PC --> Proxy --> VPN --> Internet