This is possible to implement with other SSH clients, just more tedious – e.g. with PuTTY (or its command-line counterpart plink) you have to manually start a connection to A, then to B, then to C (or the other way around? I didn't 100% understand.)
In PuTTY, this might be possible by saving connection profiles through the GUI and loading them through plink.
HAProxy's blog offers an interesting approach: Route SSH Connections with HAProxy | Dec 21, 2020
In order to route the SSH connections to different servers, you have
to know which server the user wants to access. As said previously,
HAProxy doesn’t analyze the SSH protocol and, anyway, this protocol
doesn’t provide any hint about the destination. So, we ...
you can use -setautoproxystate option in networksetup command to enable disable the 'Automatic Proxy configuration. it will check/uncheck the 'Automatic Proxy configuration' checkbox.
To enable say:
networksetup -setautoproxystate <service line Wi-Fi> on
To disable it say :
networksetup -setautoproxystate <service line Wi-Fi> off
this option ...
Proxy servers do not make web browsing faster at all because almost all web traffic is now encrypted which makes proxies unable to function.
Proxies have largely been replaced with other technology like:
Geo replication. Duplicated servers and databases at a closer location to you
Caches inside ISPs. Popular services like netflix and steam will partner ...
HTTP requests and responses can include headers which influence caching; some relevant to this question:
public - The response may be stored by any cache, even if the response is normally non-cacheable.
max-age= - The maximum amount of time a resource is considered fresh
immutable - Indicates that the response body will not change over time
The proxy server can be configured to not send any request to the remote server if the last request was was within a particular timeframe.
If it sent a request one second ago and got a copy of the page then gets another request for that same page a couple of seconds later then it could be assumed that the local copy is perfectly valid.
If the last time the ...
There are at least 3 savings to be had -
Lower trip times. A proxy will likely be closer to the end user, resulting in lower latencies, which can make a significant difference.
Bandwidth savings. At least in many parts of the world, long distance links were expensive and thus saturated and slow. Proxies reduced this congestion. (25 years ago I remember ...
A batch command to remove the proxy is:
netsh winhttp reset proxy
This command needs to be run as Administrator.
Configure device proxy and Internet connectivity settings.
As the above didn't help the poster, I traced the Settings app and
found that this setting is found under the registry key
One way to accomplish this is to start a SOCKS5 proxy. This way, they wouldn't have to log on as you. Instead they'd be using your proxy to jump from their box thru it and to a place only you can get to.
This answer includes instructions on how to do that.
Yes! There is an option that I was told about yesterday. I'm not good at this stuff but it worked like a dream. Using OSXFuse you can mount your double-hop remote server as a volume (which you can call anything) on Finder (in the example below I call it VOLNAME).
To do this.
then you can mount your remote directory locally ...
The VPN server is just a computer program. Any device that runs an
advanced-enough operating system that has available such a utility
can run it. This includes principally Linux, Windows and MacOS.
The VPN server can only be used in conjunction with matching software
on the client computer. This software will usually create on the client a virtual
When using Firefox through an ISA server, Firefox repeatedly prompts for proxy authentication, even though the correct credentials have been entered and applied.
In the address bar, type about:config. A warning appears.
Click to proceed. A variety of configuration options appears.
In the Filter box, type network.negotiate.
Finally, after several hours of researching and messing around, I was able to solve my issue thanks to this GitHub issue comment!
I don't know the background, but it looks like Powershell Core is actually using System.Net.Http.HttpClient rather than System.Net.WebRequest for making web requests.
When I have learned that, it was quite easy to configure ...
As for this…
it should be possible to configure WebRequest to use the direct connection by setting the default proxy to null
…, as you've found, not in your corporate infrastructure.
What you have is a GPO, that is forced onto your workstation, that forces all internet egress network traffic thru a filtering/proxied gateway.
See this How to Force Proxy ...