Having a discussion with some people and there seems to be some misunderstanding about proxy server setups.
We could set up a vpn for the employees but then all traffic flows through our network so we would need an awful lot more bandwidth since their work files are huge. Isn't there some other way of giving them full anonymous internet access using our DNS servers but where they can use their own bandwidth directly? Like a url re-writing dns setup or something? Does the traffic have to I/O 100% through our network?
The discussion begins and all kinds of information is pulled off the net. There are dns proxy services which only re-route your dns queries, There are smart proxy services which seem to have all traffic, including all bandwidth for downloads coming from the proxy server network. There are vpn services which have everyone connecting to one or more networks and all traffic is then I/O from that one network and of course, to the users own location.
The question is...
Are there other methods where we could give the remote employees fully anonymous internet access for their work without having to take on all of the bandwidth requirements?
Some kind of proxy server which anonymizes the remote workers traffic but where all of the data doesn't have to flow I/O from that proxy network.
Or more specifically, a dns server which re-writes the urls and dns queries between itself and the user but the user still connects directly to what ever web site they are interested in, effectively using only our dns servers but their own bandwidth to download the huge work files.