在 2006-12-08五的 14:25 +0800，张韡武写道：
> Hello. My office use this method to access wikipedia behind the great
> firewall of China:
> 1) we have a server in europ, let's call it server;
> 2) I run this command on my desktop:
> $ ssh -L 80:en.wikipedia.org:80 server;
> 3) everybody in the office edit /etc/hosts, add this line:
> [my_ip_addr] en.wikipedia.org
> So my computer become a 'proxy'.
> The trouble is I have to keep the ssh running there. The 'proxy' will
> not automatically set up next time I reboot my computer.
> Is it possible to install some software to run as a daemon and do this
> I think of stunnel, but I have too few knowledge to know if stunnel can
> do this.
Forgot to mention another requirement is to be able to automatically
re-connect if the ssh connection drops. It's difficult to maintain a
connection the whole day..
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