ssh tunnel / vpn

sudo ssh -L localhost:port:localhost:remote-port user@host -N

Proxy
set remote-port to the proxy port (3128 for squid) on the server
set port to any local port (e.g. 8000) on the client and configure proxy settings to localhost:port

Any port
set remote-port to the port to be tunnelled on the server
set port to any local port (e.g. 8001) on the client and use it with localhost:port

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