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gohttptunnel
A tool to tunnel TCP over HTTP
by Andrew Gerrand <adg@golang.org>
Example usage:
Run 'server' at your endpoint, by default it listens on port 8888.
./server
Run 'client' on your local machine, by default it listens locally on 2222.
Use -http=serverAddress:8888 to point to your server,
and -dest=destAddr:destPort to point to your tunnel endpoint
(deafult is -dest=127.0.0.1:22 to connect to local sshd on the server).
./client -http=serverAddress:8888
With both of them running (you must start server first), you can then
connect via ssh to localhost:2222 on the local machine:
ssh -p 2222 username@127.0.0.1
You should then be tunnelling SSH over HTTP. Pretty neat, huh?