Spoiler As the name suggests really. could anyone give me a hand on setting up my ssh so that i can tunnel HTTP across it using putty v0.6. I have no problems using SSH to admin my server but im about to go back to work and i want to bypass the local firewalls etc in that country (i just dont trust them...its that simple). if it helps at all im using a custom kernel for debian etch v4r4 with shorewall as my firewall. For the ssh setup its currently running on port 22 (obviously) but i mightt change that to port 80 to make sure that i can get through once im back at work. SSH was installed using the usual "apt-get isntall ssh" ta in advance EDIT:: no need to look at that lot, now my quest is to have my SSH wrapped in HTTP!