I was going through this post and couldn't quiet follow what is being implied there.
A great "feature" I use every day at work: The ability to have SSH listen on port 443 so I can create a tunnel which bypasses my work firewall, allowing me to run a local SOCKS proxy tunneled through SSH to my internet facing Linux server.
I can completely ignore my corporate firewall.
From what I understood, port 22 is blocked for SSH access in the office machine. How will I be connecting to the remote office machine from my home machine?
From my home machine, will I be using the command as something like,
ssh -D 1337 -f -C -q -N user@office -p 443
And then change the proxy settings in my home machine's firefox to access the office network from my home machine?