ssh through http proxy locally
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 18, 2010
i'm behind a very blocked firewall that only allows connections through port 80 and 443. i wish to ssh to my machine at home, but the port is blocked. is there a simple server that i can run to route my ssh connection through http?
SSH over http protocol
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 26, 2008
I'm siting here in school and cant access my server from here over SSH. After further investigation about the network here i can only use http and https.
So my question is, can i get SSH to work over the http or https protocol?
Also, it's didn't work having SSH to work on port 80 or any other port. I will have to force it to use http/https probably with a proxy isn't this right?
Thanks in advise.
SSH with HTTP proxy
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 8, 2009
I'm trying to use KTorrent with both HTTP and SOCKS proxies via SSH. I know how to use SOCKS with dynamic forwarding, but how do I set up the SSH connection so it works as an HTTP proxy?
Edit: I ended up installing squid on my server, which made it a lot easier.
NX (SSH) over http proxy
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 12, 2007
I recently discovered NX. It's kinda like VNC, but better. I'm not using freeNX, but the nomachine.com one (Free Edition 3.0.0-74), since it actually works. NX is based on SSH but provides a graphical interface to your machine.
I try to access my machine at home from work.
But there's a problem. Here's some information first:
connection:@ work over proxy, @ home directly to internet with dynamic IP and DynDNS
proxy: only HTTP traffic allowed, authentication required. Browsers on Windoze/Linux work when set up correctly.
OS: @ work Windows, @ home Linux
Direct connections from different locations to my NX server at home work. But at work, I'm getting problems with their proxy.
I set the NX client (the Windows one) up to use the proxy and authentication.
results: didn't work
conclusion: proxy only lets http traffic through
Use desproxy to tunnel through proxy
results: proxy returns "not allowed"
conclusion: desproxy does not imitate http traffic
Proxy tunneling SSH over HTTP
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 5, 2005
I got a "small" problem.
I need to be able to access a SSH server from a restrictive site that in worse case scenario only allows outgoing on port 80 (maybe 443 or 8080)
The SSHd is running in a box which already has apache listening on port 80 - so running SSHd on :80 is out.
What kind of possibilities are there - without using hts.
I already "toyed" with Apache's Proxy function but can not seem to get it to work properly.
SSH via HTTP Authenticated Proxy
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 25, 2008
I want to connect to my proxy server perferably over a web interface to login and authenticate my connection. Once I've been authenticated, I want to be able to connect to our servers via SSH through the proxy server. It would be convient if I could remap the ports as well, ie. in to proxy on port 6622 and out to server A on port 22 while port 6623 is for server B on port 22.
I manage a couple of servers for my company but they have a firewall that restricts SSH (port 22) access by IP address. That's not a problem when I'm in the office, but I commute between 2 homes (dorm and actual home) and I use random IP addresses while at school. I'd like to be able setup a linux server in my office, to be a proxy server that I can connect to, let it confirm that I'm an authorized user, and then let me use it as an SSH proxy server.
Any ideas, thanks.
ssh over http using nginx
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 9, 2012
I'm trying to setup a ssh over http connection using nginx as the webserver. There don't appear to be any working examples around. proxytunnel is what i'm using for the http wrapper on ssh and it doesn't seem to play well with nginx so far. It's returns:
SSH over HTTP
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 25, 2009
My network admin from work thought that will be a good idea to filter all traffic, except for http (80).
The thing is that I used to ssh into my box back home to manage certain things, and now I can`t do it any more.
So, is there any way I could configure my PC back home to allow ssh connection over http ?
I know, the 1st thing I will be told is to change the sshd listening port to 80, but i have apache listening on that one.
And I think that at work all traffic is filtered, not just the ports blocked.
web interface for opensshserver (ssh over http)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 10, 2011
hi, is there a way to enable a web interface to access openssh-server on my vps incase i'm on a network that does not permit outbound port tcp 22 or any other port of my choosing?
ssh over http proxy
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 13, 2010
Hello, I hope someone will help me with this prob..
Machine 1) I have a Server with RHEL5.
eth0 = 192.168.48.x (static class C ip connected to VLAN switch)
NOTE. Internet available via HTTP proxy through vlan but from other main server but not from machine below.
Machine 2) I also have a Server with RHEL4.
eth0 = 124.30.XXX.xxx (public IP for availing internet)
eth1 = 192.168.60.xxx (class c ip to share internet via squid on the same LAB)
eth2 = 192.168.16.xxx (class c ip connected to VLAN switch)
Now what i want is ssh connectivity available to Machine 1, so as to enable remote mahcines on the internet connected.
I know that it might be hard for Machine 1 to share ssh directly on the internet but if there is any kind of tool or tricks to setup pls tell....
So the only chance is ssh via machine 2 then after connected to Machine 2 then again ssh to Machine 1. but how do i make ssh available online??? iptables are set correctly machine 2 can't be ping on th
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