I am trying to set up the simplest system to be able to proxy from my Firefox via one of our Ubuntu servers.
Initially http/s ports would be enough and it would only happen from 2 concrete IPs (office and home). The server already has a complex IPTables firewall configuration so I really don't want to go via the Squid or Shorewall routes that I've seen published here. I do not need that many features, ACL, cache, etc... just sufficient IPTables rules (or alternative software) so I can set up a proxy on my Firefox and connect via that server. I know an SSH tunnel can be done but no idea how to make Firefox speak with my local SSH and use it as a proxy.
Any help or links would be appreciated.