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The setup was correct. For anyone else out there with a 1and1 dedicated server, the only way I could get any traffic through is to completely deactivate the 1and1 IPv6 firewall via their control panel. Modifying the rules did not make a difference.
You can configure your socks proxy to listen on a list of IP addresses or 0.0.0.0 (which means all IPs). It'll work just fine. You can also configure different instances of the proxy that behave differently or have different configurations on each IP.
Install Ubuntu Server with long term support (LTS). It will present you with a list of functions you want your server to do, and doesn't come with all the desktop bloat of SUSE and Red Hat. Simply boot the install disc follow the guided install, and you will be presented with options of installing server packages for DNS, LAMP (Linux Apache Mysql Php), ...
Since the hoster only provides a public IP on each machine, how would I secure replication between the two? Eve heard of IPSEC? IPSEC can be used to encrypt traffic according to specific rules - so you can set things up on the operating system level that all traffic between those two hosts is encrypted. You can use a standard VPN. You can actually ...
Not really the best phrased question, but it made me think of a number of approaches. Your hosting provider may be able to provide (at an additional charge) private interconnects, i.e. additional switch ports to create a private network on the secondary NIC's of your servers. If your servers will be in the same cabinet a simple cross cable can achieve ...
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