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How can I autostart a SSH -D tunnel at login for a SOCKS proxy?
I know that if I want to start an SSH tunnel ssh -d 9000 user@userserver This is one solution for a dynamic tunnel to be opened on port 9000 for a user named "user" on the host "userserver" ...
Apr 25 '11 at 15:30
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