Port forwarding with traffic shaping
tinap – stands for “This Is Not A Proxy”
It’s also a beautiful place in Bangladesh with the biggest waterfall of that country.
The Urban Dictionary also says it’s “young people who go to rave parties who are dressed in bright and extreme styles of clothing”.
- protocol-agnostic port forwarder
- Network traffic shaping inspired from tsproxy
Tinap is a pure Python script, you can install it with:
$ pip install tinap
If you are under windows you need to install pywin32 as well:
$ pip install pywin32
How to use
Tinap has a few general options, followed by a mode (forward or socks):
$ tinap --help usage: tinap [-h] [-v] [--host HOST] [--upstream-host UPSTREAM_HOST] [--port PORT] [--upstream-port UPSTREAM_PORT] [--port-mapping PORT_MAPPING] [-r RTT] [-i INKBPS] [-o OUTKBPS] Tinap port forwarder optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -v, --verbose Verbose mode --host HOST host --upstream-host UPSTREAM_HOST upstream host --port PORT port --upstream-port UPSTREAM_PORT upstream port --port-mapping PORT_MAPPING Comma-separated list of port forwarding rules each rule is composed of <source_host>:<source_port>/<targe t_host>:<target_port> Example (forwards port 80 and 443 to 8080 and 8282): 127.0.0.1:80/127.0.0.1:8080,127 .0.0.1:443/127.0.0.1:8282 -r RTT, --rtt RTT Round Trip Time Latency (in ms). -i INKBPS, --inkbps INKBPS Download Bandwidth (in 1000 bits/s - Kbps). -o OUTKBPS, --outkbps OUTKBPS Upload Bandwidth (in 1000 bits/s - Kbps).
XXX show 2 full setups: - firefox <> tinap <> wpr - firefox <> tinap <> mitmproxy
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