[quote=“WhonixQubes, post:2, topic:870”]Welcome!
For Qubes + Whonix, are you using the old Dual-HVM platform or the new ProxyVM + AppVM platform?[/quote]
I should have remembered to mention that. New proxyvm/appvm combo.
[quote=“WhonixQubes, post:2, topic:870”]Question #2:
Port forwarding through your local clearnet indicates that you do not want to run that traffic over Tor, correct?
Otherwise, if wanting to use Tor, doesn’t the application’s traffic route through Tor normally and then use the app-specific ports at the Tor exit node (and not your local clearnet ports)?
If wanting to run over clearnet (not Tor), then maybe using a non-Whonix standard Linux AppVM would be easier to get setup with clearnet port forwarding.
If wanting to run over Tor, then maybe double check the above notion of needing to port forward locally? Maybe you don’t need to for Tor?
I personally haven’t gone through the Qubes port forwarding instructions yet.
But the Whonix-Gateway does cut off clearnet connections with its firewall, which can be bypassed, if totally necessary (but not recommended).
Maybe us looking at a link to your application’s install steps would help further diagnose.[/quote]
Im not sure entirely understand, but I wil ldo my best to answer whitout sounding like an asshat.
My intent is to access mailpile, openbazaar and zeronet (decentralized site hosting, something like freenet) while staying behind tor while all of tem are based on localhost:port setups. So far all ive done is run them locally in workstationvm and try to access them through the tor browser after forwarding ports in netvm and fwvm to point to gatewayvm.
I imagine workstation uses 9050 to connect to the gateway, so could I proxy from say 15441 to 9050 and be done with it?
[quote=“Patrick, post:3, topic:870”]Is this perhaps what you want?
Or rather this?
Im not sure I understand but are you suggesting using a hidden service to be able to access the services of the applications?