Sometimes you need a workaround for SSH to an host. On my case, i cannot SSH to a ppp connected Raspberry Pi, but he can SSH to every other host. Solution is simple: ppp-Pi will SSH to a remote SSH server leaving a door open. Then i can SSH to my host, and login to my Pi. Confused? I know.
There’s a pretty good explanation on StackExchange.
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Ever had the need to access the shell of your server, but found yourself locked out by a corporate firewall that is blocking SSH traffic?
Give a try to Onion Terminal.
Sometimes, DNS tunneling is not a (stable) option, and VPN may also be blocked. Usually HTTP traffic goes out like a breeze.
Needs to be compiled from source, then give the proper executable permissions: