Run a SOCKS proxy over an SSH dynamic forwarding connection
A simple tool for temporarily configuring a SOCKS proxy over an SSH dynamic forwarding connection.
$ pip install ssh-proxy
Run the SSH proxy with:
$ sshproxy hostname
where the hostname is a valid hostname provided to the SSH command line, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org, 18.104.22.168. If you need to configure SSH keys etc., it is recommended to do so using your ~/.ssh/config file, e.g.:
Host myhost HostName myhost.com User myuser IdentityFile ~/.ssh/myhost
networksetup requires enhanced permissions to run. To avoid entering your password in a dialog several times, run with --sudo to run networksetup as root:
$ sshproxy myhost --sudo
For other command line options, run:
$ sshproxy --help
The source is hosted in GitHub at https://github.com/acroz/ssh-proxy.git. At present the code assumes that no password needs to be entered and that the user is on a Mac and therefore has networksetup available. Improvements, including ridding the code of these assumptions, are welcome via pull request.
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