Tunneling through HTTP proxy


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Features:

— Linux system with Internet access through a transparent http proxy;
— the server on which you can run arbitrary program.

Requires that the computer had Internet through the server (if you can do without the servers, the better) and be able to use jabber, ssh, and many other things that require specific ports, and constant connection.

What solutions exist for this case?
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On the local computer run "ssh -D 127.0.0.1:5555 username@remoteserver &"
\r
Then in any program prescribed SOCKS proxy "127.0.0.1:5555".
SOCKS proxy, as a rule, support almost all.
On remoteserver start nothing.
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OpenVPN
\rru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Openvpn
on the server put the server on the local machine, the client, receive the tunnel, well and what further to do with him (natit directly on the server or rootit on) you decide.
Good luck
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first and foremost is to ask the question: does your HTTP proxy CONNECT method to at least one arbitrary port (sometimes limited to 443 and 21)? and whether proxies to break off the connection for a certain timeout
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