HTTPS to SOCKS Proxy

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by The Gnerd, Apr 1, 2005.

  1. The Gnerd

    The Gnerd Guest

    Kinda buried in tools and need some orientation.

    I'm trying to come get in from the outside. I need to make a https
    connection on port 443 to a proxy server. At that proxy server, I need to
    authenticate (so happens it's w/ a securid fob). After I authenticate, I
    need to do some sort of tunnel/port-redirection to a machine that's inside
    the private network protected by the SOCKS proxy. Once I'm there, I'll
    finally use a standard browser (on port 80) to got through this tunnel and
    do my work.

    This is now being done by a windows client on a windows box, but that just
    ain't gonna do it long term.

    What tools should I use? I've got the bits and pieces, but I just can't
    seem to get them glued together right. I've looked at tsocks,
    dante-client, proxy-chains, and about a thousand articles.

    Thanks for the push...
     
    The Gnerd, Apr 1, 2005
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