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    Ssh over http proxy

    ssh tunnel[edit]

    ToDo

    corkscrew[edit]

    To tunnel your ssh connection over a http-proxy, in Windows you can use an option of Putty, on a Linux commandline you can use "corkscrew".

    Debian example:

    apt-get install corkscrew
    

    then edit your config:

    vi /etc/ssh/ssh_config
    

    and insert f.e.:

    ProxyCommand corkscrew <proxy> <port> %h %p
    

    This will make all your ssh connections use the proxy.

    With this method you dont need to install stuff on the remote server, there is another method using hts and htc (httptunnel) [1] but this requires setting up stuff on both sides, client and server.

    putty in wine[edit]

    Alternative: Boot from a Knoppix CD, download Putty.exe, start it in Wine, use the http_proxy setting.

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