The setup is as follows:
Computer A (behind a firewall with open SSH port 22)
- OS: Windows 10
- Installed Putty
Computer B (outside firewall, full admin rights)
- Raspberry Pi
- OpenSSH installed
- A working SSH account accessible from computer A
How can one re-route all internet traffic (not only browsers but all applications) on computer A though an SSH tunel to computer B. For example, if an application on computer A accesses web-address X on port Y, the request should be automatically SSD-tuneled through port 22 to computer B from which X:Y is then accessed. The same should apply for any back-channel traffic.
Addresses X and ports Y can by any possible, and are not predefined.
Setting up the tunel for specific ports in Putty on computer A has been tried but there seems to be no re-routing happening. How can one "tell" to application to use the SSH-tunel and not try to usual routing?