How to setup SSH tunneling with foxy proxy and Putty?

Posted at October 14, 2016 at 3:57 pm by Jithin

Tunneling

At the point when your program (or other customer) asks for a page (or anything off the Internet) it sends a request from your PC through a progression of routers, switches, firewalls, and servers claimed and observed by other individuals, organizations, and ISPs until it achieves its goal. Then takes after the same (or comparable) way back to your machine with the cat pictures you requested.

Tunneling sidesteps a portion of the guidelines that these organizations or ISPs might uphold on you by making a direct, encoded, connection with your tunnel server that can’t be effectively looked into by prying eyes. This implies site pages that are blocked can be seen and passwords that are sent can’t be taken a gander at.

 

Install PuTTY

There are other SSH customers and devices that are composed particularly for SSH tunneling and SOCKS proxying. This way is preferred since PuTTY likewise gives you a SSH client, which you ought to probably be in control of in any case.

1) Download PuTTY

2) Make another directory at C:\bin

3) Concentrate the substance of the putty file into C:\bin

 

Configuring PuTTY

1) Open the PuTTy client and enter the hostname and port

2) Sort in a title under Saved Sessions and press Save.

3) On the left side, go to Connection->SSH->Tunnels

4) In Source Port enter 8080 (this can be designed to be whatever you need, simply recall that it)

5) Pick the Dynamic radio button under Destination.

6) Press Add, you ought to then see D8080 in the box.

7) Go back to the session on the left side and after that press Save to save the progressions.

 

 

FoxyProxy proxy switching plugin

It works for both FireFox and Chrome on Windows, which are truly the main browsers you ought to utilize.

1) Download FoxyProxy for your browser.

2)After installation, go to the FoxyProxy choices.

3) Click Add New

4) Click the General tab and enter a name in Proxy Name box

5) Ensure ‘Perform remote DNS lookups on hostnames loading through this proxy ‘is checked

6) Select the tab Proxy details

7) Enter localhost in the Host box

8) Enter 8080 in the Port box

9) Press Ok to save the details.

 

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