The Ubuntu box I am looking at is behind a proxy which supports CONNECT to 80/443 ports. I have set up an outside ssh server on port 443 and can connect to it with corkscrew / ssh without any problems
Host * ProxyCommand corkscrew corp.proxy.ip 8080 %h %p
command line to start ssd:
ssh -D 1080 firstname.lastname@example.org -p 443
So as I said it all works just fine. The problem is though that -D parameter, which supposed to open up a SOCKS proxy does not quite work.
When I run proxychains that's what I get:
user@laptop:$ proxychains git pull ProxyChains-3.1 (http://proxychains.sf.net) random chain (1):....127.0.0.1:1080....can't connect to..corp.proxy.ip:8080
So it seem to initiate a connection to proxy again for some reason.
Similar set up works just fine on windows machine (Bitvise Tunneller/Freecap), all tunnelling works fine.
I have tried to that:
- started ssh with -D, having proxy in the config
- commented proxy while (1) still runs
- ran proxychains
This time ssh did not try to connect to the proxy and connection went fine, but editing config every time back and forth is hardly a solution.
So any ideas how to fix properly?