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README.md

glider

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glider is a forward proxy with multiple protocols support, and also a dns forwarding server with ipset management features(like dnsmasq).

we can set up local listeners as proxy servers, and forward requests to internet via forwarders.

                |Forwarder ----------------->|
   Listener --> |                            | Internet
                |Forwarder --> Forwarder->...|

Features

Listen (local proxy server):

  • Socks5 proxy(tcp&udp)
  • Http proxy(tcp)
  • SS proxy(tcp&udp)
  • Linux transparent proxy(iptables redirect)
  • TCP tunnel
  • UDP tunnel
  • UDP over TCP tunnel
  • TLS, use it together with above proxy protocols(tcp)
  • Unix domain socket, use it together with above proxy protocols(tcp)
  • KCP protocol, use it together with above proxy protocols(tcp)

Forward (local proxy client/upstream proxy server):

  • Socks5 proxy(tcp&udp)
  • Http proxy(tcp)
  • SS proxy(tcp&udp&uot)
  • SSR proxy(tcp)
  • VMess proxy(tcp)
  • TLS, use it together with above proxy protocols(tcp)
  • Websocket, use it together with above proxy protocols(tcp)
  • Unix domain socket, use it together with above proxy protocols(tcp)
  • KCP protocol, use it together with above proxy protocols(tcp)
  • Simple-Obfs, use it together with above proxy protocols(tcp)

DNS Forwarding Server (udp2tcp):

  • Listen on UDP and forward dns requests to remote dns server in TCP via forwarders
  • Specify different upstream dns server based on destinations(in rule file)
  • Tunnel mode: forward to a fixed upstream dns server
  • Add resolved IPs to proxy rules
  • Add resolved IPs to ipset
  • DNS cache
  • Custom dns record

IPSet Management (Linux kernel version >= 2.6.32):

  • Add ip/cidrs from rule files on startup
  • Add resolved ips for domains from rule files by dns forwarding server

General:

  • Http and socks5 on the same port
  • Forwarder chain
  • RR/HA/LHA/DH strategy for multiple forwarders
  • Periodical proxy checking
  • Rule proxy based on destinations: Config Examples
  • Send requests from specific ip/interface

TODO:

  • IPv6 support in ipset manager
  • Transparent UDP proxy (iptables tproxy)
  • Performance tuning
  • TUN/TAP device support
  • SSH tunnel support (maybe)

Install

Binary:

Go Get (requires Go 1.12+ ):

go get -u github.com/nadoo/glider

ArchLinux:

sudo pacman -S glider

Run

command line:

glider -listen :8443 -verbose

config file:

glider -config CONFIGPATH

command line with config file:

glider -config CONFIGPATH -listen :8080 -verbose

Usage

glider v0.7.0 usage:
  -checkinterval int
        proxy check interval(seconds) (default 30)
  -checktimeout int
        proxy check timeout(seconds) (default 10)
  -checkwebsite string
        proxy check HTTP(NOT HTTPS) website address, format: HOST[:PORT], default port: 80 (default "www.apple.com")
  -config string
        config file path
  -dns string
        local dns server listen address
  -dnsalwaystcp
        always use tcp to query upstream dns servers no matter there is a forwarder or not
  -dnsmaxttl int
        maximum TTL value for entries in the CACHE(seconds) (default 1800)
  -dnsminttl int
        minimum TTL value for entries in the CACHE(seconds)
  -dnsrecord value
        custom dns record, format: domain/ip
  -dnsserver value
        remote dns server address
  -dnstimeout int
        timeout value used in multiple dnsservers switch(seconds) (default 3)
  -forward value
        forward url, format: SCHEME://[USER|METHOD:PASSWORD@][HOST]:PORT?PARAMS[,SCHEME://[USER|METHOD:PASSWORD@][HOST]:PORT?PARAMS]
  -include value
        include file
  -interface string
        source ip or source interface
  -listen value
        listen url, format: SCHEME://[USER|METHOD:PASSWORD@][HOST]:PORT?PARAMS
  -maxfailures int
        max failures to change forwarder status to disabled (default 3)
  -rulefile value
        rule file path
  -rules-dir string
        rule file folder
  -strategy string
        forward strategy, default: rr (default "rr")
  -verbose
        verbose mode

Available Schemes:
  mixed: serve as a http/socks5 proxy on the same port. (default)
  ss: ss proxy
  socks5: socks5 proxy
  http: http proxy
  ssr: ssr proxy
  vmess: vmess proxy
  tls: tls transport
  ws: websocket transport
  redir: redirect proxy. (used on linux as a transparent proxy with iptables redirect rules)
  redir6: redirect proxy(ipv6)
  tcptun: tcp tunnel
  udptun: udp tunnel
  uottun: udp over tcp tunnel
  unix: unix domain socket
  kcp: kcp protocol
  simple-obfs: simple-obfs protocol
  reject: a virtual proxy which just reject connections

Available schemes for different modes:
  listen: mixed ss socks5 http redir redir6 tcptun udptun uottun tls unix kcp
  forward: reject ss socks5 http ssr vmess tls ws unix kcp simple-bfs

SS scheme:
  ss://method:pass@host:port

Available methods for ss:
  AEAD Ciphers:
    AEAD_AES_128_GCM AEAD_AES_192_GCM AEAD_AES_256_GCM AEAD_CHACHA20_POLY1305 AEAD_XCHACHA20_POLY1305
  Stream Ciphers:
    AES-128-CFB AES-128-CTR AES-192-CFB AES-192-CTR AES-256-CFB AES-256-CTR CHACHA20-IETF XCHACHA20 CHACHA20 RC4-MD5
  Alias:
    chacha20-ietf-poly1305 = AEAD_CHACHA20_POLY1305, xchacha20-ietf-poly1305 = AEAD_XCHACHA20_POLY1305

SSR scheme:
  ssr://method:pass@host:port?protocol=xxx&protocol_param=yyy&obfs=zzz&obfs_param=xyz

VMess scheme:
  vmess://[security:]uuid@host:port?alterID=num

Available securities for vmess:
  none, aes-128-gcm, chacha20-poly1305

TLS client scheme:
  tls://host:port[?skipVerify=true]

Proxy over tls client:
  tls://host:port[?skipVerify=true],scheme://
  tls://host:port[?skipVerify=true],http://[user:pass@]
  tls://host:port[?skipVerify=true],socks5://[user:pass@]
  tls://host:port[?skipVerify=true],vmess://[security:]uuid@?alterID=num

TLS server scheme:
  tls://host:port?cert=PATH&key=PATH

Proxy over tls server:
  tls://host:port?cert=PATH&key=PATH,scheme://
  tls://host:port?cert=PATH&key=PATH,http://
  tls://host:port?cert=PATH&key=PATH,socks5://
  tls://host:port?cert=PATH&key=PATH,ss://method:pass@

Websocket scheme:
  ws://host:port[/path]

Websocket with a specified proxy protocol:
  ws://host:port[/path],scheme://
  ws://host:port[/path],http://[user:pass@]
  ws://host:port[/path],socks5://[user:pass@]
  ws://host:port[/path],vmess://[security:]uuid@?alterID=num

TLS and Websocket with a specified proxy protocol:
  tls://host:port[?skipVerify=true],ws://[@/path],scheme://
  tls://host:port[?skipVerify=true],ws://[@/path],http://[user:pass@]
  tls://host:port[?skipVerify=true],ws://[@/path],socks5://[user:pass@]
  tls://host:port[?skipVerify=true],ws://[@/path],vmess://[security:]uuid@?alterID=num

Unix domain socket scheme:
  unix://path

KCP scheme:
  kcp://CRYPT:KEY@host:port[?dataShards=NUM&parityShards=NUM]

Available crypt types for KCP:
  none, sm4, tea, xor, aes, aes-128, aes-192, blowfish, twofish, cast5, 3des, xtea, salsa20

Simple-Obfs scheme:
  simple-obfs://host:port[?type=TYPE&host=HOST&uri=URI&ua=UA]

Available types for simple-obfs:
  http, tls

DNS forwarding server:
  dns=:53
  dnsserver=8.8.8.8:53
  dnsserver=1.1.1.1:53
  dnsrecord=www.example.com/1.2.3.4
  dnsrecord=www.example.com/2606:2800:220:1:248:1893:25c8:1946

Available forward strategies:
  rr: Round Robin mode
  ha: High Availability mode
  lha: Latency based High Availability mode
  dh: Destination Hashing mode

Forwarder option scheme: FORWARD_URL#OPTIONS
  priority: set the priority of that forwarder, default:0
  interface: set local interface or ip address used to connect remote server
  -
  Examples:
    socks5://1.1.1.1:1080#priority=100
    vmess://[security:]uuid@host:port?alterID=num#priority=200
    vmess://[security:]uuid@host:port?alterID=num#priority=200&interface=192.168.1.99
    vmess://[security:]uuid@host:port?alterID=num#priority=200&interface=eth0

Config file format(see `glider.conf.example` as an example):
  # COMMENT LINE
  KEY=VALUE
  KEY=VALUE
  # KEY equals to command line flag name: listen forward strategy...

Examples:
  glider -config glider.conf
    -run glider with specified config file.

  glider -config glider.conf -rulefile office.rule -rulefile home.rule
    -run glider with specified global config file and rule config files.

  glider -listen :8443
    -listen on :8443, serve as http/socks5 proxy on the same port.

  glider -listen ss://AEAD_CHACHA20_POLY1305:pass@:8443
    -listen on 0.0.0.0:8443 as a ss server.

  glider -listen socks5://:1080 -verbose
    -listen on :1080 as a socks5 proxy server, in verbose mode.

  glider -listen tls://:443?cert=crtFilePath&key=keyFilePath,http:// -verbose
    -listen on :443 as a https(http over tls) proxy server.

  glider -listen http://:8080 -forward socks5://127.0.0.1:1080
    -listen on :8080 as a http proxy server, forward all requests via socks5 server.

  glider -listen redir://:1081 -forward ss://method:pass@1.1.1.1:8443
    -listen on :1081 as a transparent redirect server, forward all requests via remote ss server.

  glider -listen redir://:1081 -forward "ssr://method:pass@1.1.1.1:8444?protocol=a&protocol_param=b&obfs=c&obfs_param=d"
    -listen on :1081 as a transparent redirect server, forward all requests via remote ssr server.

  glider -listen redir://:1081 -forward "tls://1.1.1.1:443,vmess://security:uuid@?alterID=10"
    -listen on :1081 as a transparent redirect server, forward all requests via remote tls+vmess server.

  glider -listen redir://:1081 -forward "ws://1.1.1.1:80,vmess://security:uuid@?alterID=10"
    -listen on :1081 as a transparent redirect server, forward all requests via remote ws+vmess server.

  glider -listen tcptun://:80=2.2.2.2:80 -forward ss://method:pass@1.1.1.1:8443
    -listen on :80 and forward all requests to 2.2.2.2:80 via remote ss server.

  glider -listen udptun://:53=8.8.8.8:53 -forward ss://method:pass@1.1.1.1:8443
    -listen on :53 and forward all udp requests to 8.8.8.8:53 via remote ss server.

  glider -listen uottun://:53=8.8.8.8:53 -forward ss://method:pass@1.1.1.1:8443
    -listen on :53 and forward all udp requests via udp over tcp tunnel.

  glider -listen socks5://:1080 -listen http://:8080 -forward ss://method:pass@1.1.1.1:8443
    -listen on :1080 as socks5 server, :8080 as http proxy server, forward all requests via remote ss server.

  glider -listen redir://:1081 -dns=:53 -dnsserver=8.8.8.8:53 -forward ss://method:pass@server1:port1,ss://method:pass@server2:port2
    -listen on :1081 as transparent redirect server, :53 as dns server, use forward chain: server1 -> server2.

  glider -listen socks5://:1080 -forward ss://method:pass@server1:port1 -forward ss://method:pass@server2:port2 -strategy rr
    -listen on :1080 as socks5 server, forward requests via server1 and server2 in round robin mode.

  glider -verbose -dns=:53 -dnsserver=8.8.8.8:53 -dnsrecord=www.example.com/1.2.3.4
    -listen on :53 as dns server, forward dns requests to 8.8.8.8:53, return 1.2.3.4 when resolving www.example.com.

Advanced Usage

Proxy & Protocol Chain

In glider, you can easily chain several proxy servers or protocols together, e.g:

  • Chain proxy servers:
forward=http://1.1.1.1:80,socks5://2.2.2.2:1080,ss://method:pass@3.3.3.3:8443@
  • Chain protocols: https proxy (http over tls)
forward=tls://1.1.1.1:443,http://
  • Chain protocols: vmess over ws over tls
forward=tls://1.1.1.1:443,ws://,vmess://5a146038-0b56-4e95-b1dc-5c6f5a32cd98@?alterID=2
  • Chain protocols and servers:
forward=socks5://1.1.1.1:1080,tls://2.2.2.2:443,ws://,vmess://5a146038-0b56-4e95-b1dc-5c6f5a32cd98@?alterID=2
  • Chain protocols in listener: https proxy server
listen=tls://:443?cert=crtFilePath&key=keyFilePath,http://

Service

Links

  • conflag: command line and config file parse support
  • ArchLinux: a great linux distribution with glider pre-built package
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