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Old 06-10-2014, 08:45 AM   #1
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I need some help, i'm trying to get to my server. I want to tunnel ssh over my web proxy. The web proxy is running on port 8080. I don't need to be able to tunnel chrome through it. Just ssh. What command switches would I use?
 
Old 06-10-2014, 08:47 AM   #2
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i'm not sure i understand. is the ssh server listening to port 8080. if so then your router would need to forward port 8080 to your pc on the network. then anything trying to access that port using your ip address it will be routed to your pc.
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ssh -p 8080 www.02144.com

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Old 06-10-2014, 08:54 AM   #3
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I need some help, i'm trying to get to my server. I want to tunnel ssh over my web proxy. The web proxy is running on port 8080. I don't need to be able to tunnel chrome through it. Just ssh. What command switches would I use?
No idea, since you don't give us any details to work with. Version/distro of Linux? What proxy server you're using? What environment (from a company LAN to your home? Company-to-company?) What firewalls are in between you and it?

There are even some off-the-shelf solutions:
http://www.agroman.net/corkscrew/
 
Old 06-10-2014, 09:11 AM   #4
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I am behind company LAN trying to get to my home server. CentOS/RHEL to OpenSuse. I am trying to utilize the web proxy (port 8080) since port 22 is blocked to everything but certain servers. Port 22 is open on the other end...
 
Old 06-10-2014, 09:30 AM   #5
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I am behind company LAN trying to get to my home server. CentOS/RHEL to OpenSuse. I am trying to utilize the web proxy (port 8080) since port 22 is blocked to everything but certain servers. Port 22 is open on the other end...
Corkscrew may work just fine, as might schneidz's solution. Be aware, though, that unless you OWN the company, you may be violating your company's data security policies. Not questioning your motives or anything else, but you could easily be shown the door for doing this if you're caught.

Unless you have permission, don't.
 
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Port 22 is blocked, but what about other ports? You could just add a second listening port for SSH on your home machine so you can connect on port 8224, or 10289, or 65220, or whatever you want. There's no reason you have to stick with 22 and only 22, that's just the default.
 
  


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