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Re: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks Nov 03 2010 03:39PM
Gustavo Castro (gcastrop gmail com) (1 replies)
Re[2]: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks Nov 03 2010 07:31PM
Ilya Basin (basinilya gmail com) (1 replies)
GC> What about stunnel? http://www.stunnel.org/
Wrong again. Those who understood the question suggest proxy chaining,
although it's not ideal. For example, I need server names to be
resolved on SSH server. The SSH protocol itself supports names
resolving on server (PuTTY is the proof), but ssh -D provides only
socks4, which doesn't support names resolving on server.

Another problem is: we have some applets on remote web sites, and they
refuse to load if I use socks server.

Here's a diagram. Hope it not wraps.

________________________________________________________________________
___________________
| _________________________ |
| | private network | |
| | ______________ | |
| ________________ | ----->| ___site 1___ | | |
| | | | | ||java applets|| | |
| | web browser |__ __________ | | -------------- | |
| | _____________ | |->|http proxy| | | ______________ | |
| | | java plugin |___| | + | _____|__|_ | ___site 2___ | | |
| | |_____________|| |ssh client|---(internet)--->|ssh server|-->||java applets|| | |
| | | ---------- |__________| -------------- | |
| |________________| | | ... | |
| | | ______________ | |
| | ----->| site n | | |
| | -------------- | |
| |_________________________| |
| |
| ________________________________________________________________________
__________________|

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Re: I need something like ssh -D, but http proxy, not socks Nov 03 2010 11:59PM
Darren Tucker (dtucker zip com au)


 

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