How to tunnel all my internet traffic through putty from a LAN?

manoj9372

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I have got a problem,I have a ssh shell account from a web-site,I am on a LAN,i had successfully connected to the ssh server from the putty,but i want to forward all my internet traffic like browsing etc through the putty,but i don't know how to forward the traffic through the putty,Also i am from a LAN(i.e behind the proxy server),can any body please help me to resolve my issue?
 

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And how is this FreeBSD related?

In PuTTY, go to: Connection -> SSH -> Tunnels. Add a dynamic tunnel on port 8081. Set firefox (or any other browser) to use a SOCKS proxy on 127.0.0.1 port 8081.
 
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manoj9372

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done all the above things already,but i think you forget to notice one thing,i am on a LAN,i exactly try what u said before but it does not working,i think i need to enter my LAN ip address in some where..

And just asking one thing asking non-BSD question's is not allowed here uhh?
 

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manoj9372 said:
And just asking one thing asking non-BSD question's is not allowed here uhh?
This is a forum for users of the FreeBSD operating system. If you already had a few dozen related questions and/or answers it probably wouldn't matter. But you don't, so it does.
 
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manoj9372

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ok thank you for clearing me,in between can you help me to resolve the above issue?
 

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I already did. If it's not working for you I would suggest contacting the administrators of the network.
 

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Oh. Almost forgot. It's also possible port-forwarding has been turned off on the host you're secure shelling into.
 
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