The SSH proxy allows users to connect to outside machines from their own workstations without having to login to another server.
If you are using putty, simply select socks proxy 4 or 5 and fill in the above details and it should just work.
You can use tsocks http://tsocks.sourceforge.net/. This should be installed or easily available in most Linux distros.
Add the following to
/etc/tsocks.conf to get ssh working outside TCD
local = 220.127.116.11/255.255.0.0 server = 18.104.22.168 server_type = 5 server_port = 1080Once tsocks is setup you can use it by doing something like this
$ tsocks ssh hostname.domainname
Alternatively, if you are using Linux or MacOSX, you can use connect http://packages.debian.org/lenny/connect-proxy/.