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 === What is port tunneling good for === === What is port tunneling good for ===
  
-Port tunneling is the ability to tunnel from your internet point for presence back to SDF[-EU] servers and use the SDF[-EU] servers like a [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​SOCKS|Socks 4 Proxy]]. This allows your connection to be encrypted via SSL between your internet access point and SDF[-EU]. This allows your traffic to be more secure if you are on a public internet access point+Port tunneling is the ability to tunnel from your internet point for presence back to SDF[-EU] servers and use the SDF[-EU] servers like a [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​SOCKS|Socks 4 Proxy]]. This allows your connection to be encrypted via SSH between your internet access point and SDF[-EU]. This allows your traffic to be more secure if you are on a public internet access point
  
 === What tools are needed === === What tools are needed ===
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   ssh -D 1080 -p 465 username@odin.sdf-eu.org   ssh -D 1080 -p 465 username@odin.sdf-eu.org
  
-Alternatively,​ you can use an external program known as '​connect'​. 
-All the details for using this program are documented on its webpage at https://​bitbucket.org/​gotoh/​connect/​ 
  
 === How to set up PuTTY === === How to set up PuTTY ===
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  Then go back to session and name and save the session. Click connect and the tunnel should become active.  Then go back to session and name and save the session. Click connect and the tunnel should become active.
  
-Finally, configure your browser to use the SOCKS proxy on "​localhost"​ using port 9999 as shown [[#How to use the Tunnel you just enabled|below]] using Firefox.+Finally, configure your browser to use the SOCKS proxy on "​localhost"​ using port 1080 as shown [[#How to use the Tunnel you just enabled|below]] using Firefox.
  
 === How to use the Tunnel you just enabled === === How to use the Tunnel you just enabled ===
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   * Port number to connect to (default is 1080)   * Port number to connect to (default is 1080)
   * Your username and password   * Your username and password
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 +=== Commandline ===
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 +To connect to a socks proxy on the commandline,​ you can use an external program known as '​connect'​.
 +All the details for using this program are documented on its webpage at https://​bitbucket.org/​gotoh/​connect/​
  
 === SSH(C) – SSH Communications Security Corp === === SSH(C) – SSH Communications Security Corp ===
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 {{ tutorials:​ssh-putty-config.png }} {{ tutorials:​ssh-putty-config.png }}
   - Connect as normal! (You may want to save these details for future use)   - Connect as normal! (You may want to save these details for future use)
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