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  1. #1
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    Feb 2006

    Talking ssh tunnel over HTTP public proxy

    hi every one can anybody tell me,how to ssh tunnel through public peroxy?

  2. #2
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    Oct 2003
    If you use WinSCP you can use proxys

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    Senior Member Godsrock37's Avatar
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    Jan 2005
    who are you sshing to? the proxy server?

    generally its pretty straightforward and i may misunderstand what you are asking, but on linux the command is:
    ssh -L localport:server-tunneling-to:remoteport ssh-server
    where ssh-server is the ip of the server you want to ssh to (i think your public proxy), server-tunneling-to is the ip of the server you're tunneling to (your public proxy again?) and local port is the port you want to connect your browser or w/e application onto the tunnel, remote port is the tunnel they want you to connect to

    on windows use putty and its under ssh tunnels, same stuff is required

    hopefully thats what you want

    a way i commonly use ssh tunnels is like this

    ssh -l myusername -L 10000:blocked.domain:80 my.home.server

    then i go to localhost:10000 in firefox and i have blocked.domain

    hopefully that helps
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