December 7th, 2003, 05:41 AM
Set up SSH proxy on my Linux
I am sort of new to ssh tunnels and I want to use my linux box as a web proxy so I can surf from work. I want to use an ssh tunnel.
My company blocks many of the sites I like to go to, I tend to go to gamer sites. In any case, I can ssh to my servers just fine.
December 7th, 2003, 01:48 PM
Your company block these for a reason and you should not be visiting.
With that said:
You would have to this using your ~/.ssh/config and specifically set up a tunnel to each individual site.
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Using something like this:
typing localhost:1024 into you browser should connect you to google.
But the easiest thing might be to use remote X forwarding (Set by deafult)
This fires up moz. on your local screen, but you are actually surfing from home.
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December 8th, 2003, 08:33 PM
I respect the restricted sites of the company...
I like the X idea, I wanted to that initially. I guess I need to get exceed or something.
December 8th, 2003, 10:12 PM
Why not just do something like I do?
vnc over ssh
of course... you'll have to be able to install vnc so hopefully you have local admin priv.
web filers can be a huge pain in the ass. it sucks when you have to call the "web filtering" admin and wait 5 days to determine if you can indeed go to the antivirus site that the filter blocked because of a false positive. (eg. had "hacker" in the meta fields)
You'd think they wouldn't block other admins... at least... you'd think that.
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