SSH Tunnel with gSTM in ubuntu

what is gSTM?? [ Gnome SSH Tunnel Manager ]

gSTM is a front-end for managing SSH-tunneled port redirects. It stores tunnel configurations in a simple XML format.
The tunnels (local, remote and dynamic) can be managed and individually started/stopped through one simple interface.

download gSTM

http://sourceforge.net/projects/gstm/
http://kent.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/gstm/gstm_1.2_i386.deb

install gSTM

sudo dpkg -i gstm_1.2_i386.deb


using gSTM

here is my local IP before use gSTM



after installation now go to Applications >> Internet >> gSTM



click Add and change the name with what ever you like



now put your tunnel info into Tunnel configuration



after that click Add on Port redirection
choose dynamic and port is up to you then click OK



now back to the front again and click Start
you will be promt tunnel password, fill the password and click OK



if the light green it means your tunnel is running

now setting the firefox configuration

Edit >> Preferences >> Network >> Settings

choose Manual proxy configuration
go to SOCKS Host and put localhost set the Port with dynamic port that we add in gSTM (12345)
and click OK



this is my IP now



happy browsing!! ^^



greetz to c0li & zxvf
./NoGe

4 Responses so far.

  1. Crussd2 says:

    PERTAMAXKAH SAYA?
    nice tutorial om :D

  2. NoGe says:

    gw PREMIUM aza dew.. :p
    tengkyu bro.. ^^

  3. Anonymous says:

    thank you

  4. Anonymous says:

    thank you