The purpose of this document is to guide you simple way to create a HTTP proxy with SSH.
Create SSH tunnel
Let us build a SSH tunnel with flag “-D”:
$ ssh -D 10000 user@remote_server
The proxy server is set up. It will listen on the port 10000 on your local machine as a socks proxy.
Then, you should set up your browser to use this proxy server.
For Firefox 3, go to
and specify that you want to use a Manual Proxy, localhost, port 10000 and SOCKS v5. Now your can browse
internat throw secure tunnel by the remote server.
- [ January 30, 2018 ] How to install and config Termux on Android 5.x or later
- [ January 30, 2018 ] Automatically enable HTTPS on your website with EFF's Certbot
- [ January 29, 2018 ] Wireless network management in Raspberry Pi
- [ January 28, 2018 ] Install pycharm by Ubuntu make
- [ December 22, 2016 ] Deploying Django Apps with mod_wsgi on Ubuntu 16.04
- [ December 19, 2016 ] Top Things to do after Ubuntu 16.04 Installation
- [ December 19, 2016 ] Setting up Vim for Python
- [ December 19, 2016 ] PHP5.2 Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION
- [ December 19, 2016 ] Automatically enable HTTPS on your website with EFF's Certbot
- [ December 15, 2016 ] How to install php5.6 on Ubuntu 16.04