Transparent proxy server for VPN over SSH
Sshuttle makes it possible to access remote networks using
SSH. It creates a transparent proxy server, using iptables, that will forward
all the traffic through an SSH tunnel to a remote copy of sshuttle.
It does not require installation on the remote server, which
just needs to have python installed.
sshuttle for Debian
The sshuttle package in Debian does not provide, on purpose, any
init.d service to start up a VPN tunnel. Users of sshuttle
(with administrative privileges in the local system) have to
manually startup sshuttle.
-- Javier Fernandez-Sanguino <email@example.com> Wed, 27 Oct 2010 03:01:24 +0200
On MacOS 10.6 (at least up to 10.6.6), your network will
stop responding about 10 minutes after the first time you
start sshuttle, because of a MacOS kernel bug relating to
arp and the net.inet.ip.scopedroute sysctl. To fix it,
just switch your wireless off and on. Sshuttle makes the
kernel setting it changes permanent, so this won't happen
again, even after a reboot.
sshuttle - a transparent proxy-based VPN using ssh
sshuttle [options...] [-r [username@]sshserver[:port]] <sub‐
sshuttle allows you to create a VPN connection from your
machine to any remote server that you can connect to via ssh,
as long as
sshuttle (0.54-2) unstable; urgency=low
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