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>=20
> > Yes, I use such a setup for offering ssh to end users on UNIX.
> > It's a perl script that make use of squid's CONNECT
> > capabilities (method).=20
> > You have to add port 22 then to your allowed SSL port's acl.
> > I think it only works for OpenSSH versions , which allow
> > specifying the tunneling perl script as a proxy.

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> Can you explain a bit mor in depth?


http://www.fwtk.org/fwtk/patches/ssh-tunnel.pl

Check comments, at the beginning as how to use this.


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> > On Windows 'putty'
> > (http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/)
> > can also make/use advantage of the
> > SQUID proxy for outgoing ssh, apparently without any problem.

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> mmhhh... I will be using "putty" on my Windows box and=20
> "OpenSSH client"=20
> on Linux...
>=20

Is that a 'sigh' ; can't see any reason why or how.

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M.