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Making Proxy by SSH, need help
While surfing on internet I found that we can use SSH for the use of proxy.
My hosting provider is providing me SSH.
We can switch it on by following command
Replace example.com with your own hostname. That short command will create a socks5 proxy at 127.0.0.1:8080. Just configure your browser.
ssh -D 8080 -Nf example.com
Is that makes any violence ? Is that gonna damage server ?
How to switch it off ?
Can I do same on my VPS ?
I assume you need to ask your company first if that is allowed. I assume in 95% cases that will not be allowed
It won't damage the server, but you should ask your provider if this kind of use is permitted. Also, the provider could have disabled tunneling.
Originally Posted by troboy
You switch it off simply by terminating the SSH connection.
You can do the same on your VPS.
Thank you, I will ask my provider
Originally Posted by CoderJosh
I have never seen a provider say you can't SSH tunnel before.
Originally Posted by rumsfo
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