There are various ways to access the internet from within Anonet.
The CGIProxy is a great tool for browsing internet websites occasionally. It uses the Tor access described below. No configuration is needed, but it won't work for all websites.
Tor (SOCKS/HTTP) proxy
Some people run a Tor 'entry' node for public Anonet access. In addition, some people run some kind of HTTP proxy in front of their Tor server.
- Tor socks proxy: 10.11.5.72:9050
- HTTP proxy: http://126.96.36.199:8118/
Routed NAT access
If you're peered to AS1112 / 188.8.131.52, you can use that router as an internet gateway. Simply add a route for the internet destination (0.0.0.0/0) to the tunnel (184.108.40.206).
Not directly peered
There's a router on Anonet that provides direct NAT'ed internet access. To use it, you will need to set up a QuickTun tunnel for sending, like this:
#!/bin/sh export IF_QT_REMOTE_ADDRESS=220.127.116.11 export IF_QT_LOCAL_PORT=0 export IF_QT_REMOTE_PORT=2998 export IF_QT_TUN_MODE=1 export IF_QT_PROTOCOL=raw export IFACE=tun2 (sleep 1; ip link set $IFACE up; ip addr add 18.104.22.168/32 dev $IFACE; ip route add default dev $IFACE src 22.214.171.124) & quicktun.debian
Note that 126.96.36.199 should be replaced (twice) with one of your own IP addresses, which is already routed to that machine (for return data). You can also replace the default keyword with some IP address or IP network to use the tunnel for only that particular address/network.