Dealing with SOCKS proxies is pain. EM-Socksify provides a simple shim to setup & negotiate a SOCKS5 connection for any EventMachine protocol. To add SOCKS support, all you have to do is include the module and provide your destination address.
class Handler < EM::Connection include EM::Socksify def connection_completed socksify('google.ca', 80) do send_data "GET / HTTP/1.1\r\nConnection:close\r\nHost: google.ca\r\n\r\n" end end def receive_data(data) p data end end EM.run do EventMachine.connect SOCKS_HOST, SOCKS_PORT, Handler end
What's happening here? First, we open a raw TCP connection to the SOCKS proxy (after all, all data will flow through it). Then, we provide a Handler connection class, which includes "EM::Socksify". Once the TCP connection is established, EventMachine calls the connection_completed method in our handler. Here, we call socksify with the actual destination host & port (address that we actually want to get to), and the module does the rest.
After you call socksify, the module temporarily intercepts your receive_data callbacks, negotiates the SOCKS connection (version, authentication, etc), and then once all is done, returns the control back to your code. Simple as that.
For SOCKS proxies which require authentication, use:
socksify(destination_host, destination_port, username, password)
- IPV6 support
- SOCKS4 support
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