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Re: HTTP ueber ssh mittels Proxy tunneln

On Tue, May 30, 2006 at 08:57:00PM +0200, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> Und schliesslich: Wie kriege ich am anderen ssh-Ende den HTTP-Request
> raus und dann tatsaechlich ins Netz geschickt. Wieder nen Proxy?

Schau' Dir mal bei ssh die Option -D an. Die koennte Dir helfen. Den Tip
fand ich vor einger Zeit und habe ihn mir gemerkt:

  You can also create a dynamic port using the -D option. This allows you to encrypt
  any kind of traffic through a single port. In effect, the SSH server acts as a
  SOCKS proxy.

  The best application of this (one that I use every day) is to get around my
  company's Internet traffic monitoring. I open an SSH session to my server at home,
  with the option "-D 1818". I have Firefox configured to use a SOCKS5 proxy at

  So whenever I am using Firefox, I am forwarding all traffic through an encrypted
  channel to my home machine, and none of it is visible to the Internet usage
  monitoring software that my company uses.

Allerdings habe ich nie probiert, ob's auch so funktioniert. Sollte ich
vielleicht jetzt mal tun...


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	-- Charles Darwin

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