DNS Tunneling can be useful for getting out of a very restrictive corporate firewall (since almost nobody blocks DNS).
DNS Tunneling works by encoding IP protocol inside of DNS packets. Iodine is a cross-platform implementation of DNS Tunneling. This mini-guide will walk through the process of setting up a DNS Tunnel with Iodine.
Prerequisite: You will need a server with public IP and domain name
Setup DNS Tunnel
Setup DNS Records
Add 2 DNS records to your domain's DNS system:
* `A record`: tunnelhost -> your ip (maps tunnelhost.yourdomain.com to your server's ip) * `NS record`: tunnel -> tunnelhost.yourdomain.com
So now for me:
* `tunnelhost.calebmadrigal.com` now points to `220.127.116.11` * `tunnel.calebmadrigal.com` now points to `tunnelhost.calebmadrigal.com` - **This is the ...