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Proxytunnel can create tunnels using HTTP and HTTPS proxies, can work as a back-end driver for an OpenSSH client, and create SSH connections through HTTP(S) proxies and can work as a stand-alone application, listening on a port for connections, and then tunneling these connections to a specified destination.
If you want to make effective use of ProxyTunnel, the proxy server you are going to be tunneling through must support HTTP CONNECT command and must allow you to connect to destination machine and host, with or without HTTP proxy authentication
----------- proxytunnel ----------- Author: Jos Visser <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Mark Janssen <email@example.com> Date: Tue Feb 21 22:18:38 CET 2006 Version: 1.6.0 Hi all, This is proxytunnel, a program that connects stdin and stdout to an origin server somewhere in the Internet through an industry standard HTTPS proxy. I originally wrote this program to be used as an extension to SSH, to be able to SSH more»
PROXYTUNNEL(1) PROXYTUNNEL(1) NAME proxytunnel - program to tunnel a connection throught an standard HTTPS proxy. SYNOPSIS proxytunnel [options] DESCRIPTION This manual page documents the proxytunnel command. proxytunnel is a program that open a tunnel through a HTTPS proxy. OPTIONS This program more»
Changes to proxytunnel version 1.6.0 -- Tue Feb 21 22:17:16 CET 2006 - Replaced -g/-G (proxy host and port) with -p proxy:post shorthand - Replaced -d/-D (dest host and port) with -d host:post shorthand - Dropped -n option (dottedquad) - Small change to make compiler on tandem/hp-nonstop happy by Roberto Veldhoven - Small change to work around broken proxies by Stephane Engel - Changed client_l more»
Proxytunnel is covered by the GNU GPL included below. Most of the code was written by Jos Visser and more»