As the title says, I don't really understand the difference between them. For example, if I connect to a specific server through SSH without tunneling I get the same shell as I get with tunneling.
I want setup socks server on my localhost which forward all http traffic on my remote server for bypass firewall rules at my work net. And so I start it as usually sudo ssh -C2qTnN -D localhost:8080 ...
I try to set up a Ubuntu System that routes all traffic through a socks5 ssh tunnel to a Debian proxy machine. tcpsocks https://github.com/vi/tcpsocks seems to do this, but I failed to set it up. I ...
On a Linux or Windows system, how would it be possible to tunnel all TCP/UDP packets through a thirdparty server? What would one use, does it work with SOCKS5, OpenVPN or SSH?
I use ssh -D 1080 myhost.org ...to open up an SSH tunnel from my work machine to my home machine, so as to bypass the idiotic content filter on the corporate firewall. However this also creates an ...