Tuesday, March 16, 2010

use ssh -D as a proxy

This one would be useful ...

in reference to:

"ssh -D 5555 mylogin-Fx3TKirPuA8ctKeN9xuOhR2eb7JE58TQ@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Once you're logged in, point whatever application you want to run through the proxy to localhost:5555. For mozilla, go to Edit->Preferences->Advanced->Proxies. Choose "Manual proxy configuration". In the SOCKS HOST: box, put 127.0.0.1, and in the Port box to the right put 5555 (or whatever port you used). Also, select the SOCKS v4 radio button below these boxes."
- ssh -D : the Coolest ssh trick yet. - msg#01182 - org.user-groups.ale (view on Google Sidewiki)

1 comment:

Harry.Lau said...

ssh -D username@hostname