dns interceptors

Oliver Gorwits oliver.gorwits at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Sat Feb 13 04:02:30 CST 2010


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On 12/02/2010 22:35, Jim Richardson wrote:
>> what are other roaming folk doing about this?
> ssh tunnels to IP address

Just to add that openssh and putty both provide a SOCKS proxy which
some might find more straightforward to use for multiple protocols.

$ ssh -D 1080 myserver.example.net

and then point your browser/MUA/etc at localhost:1080 (there's
possibly a SOCKS option to tick, somewhere). Connections will then
tunnel to and emerge from myserver.example.net.

HTH,

p.s. and for more proxy fun, try the FoxyProxy extension for Firefox
if you have a few of these to juggle.

- -- 
Oliver Gorwits, Network and Telecommunications Group,
Oxford University Computing Services
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