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I am behind a firewall in France. I connect to proxy A, in Ireland with Dante via SSH port 22 and make a tunnel forwarding port 1080. The proxy works as expected but still having a port range blocked. 

I suspect the firewall does deep packet inspection. ? 

But where is the blocking happening  ? At what layer  ? 

Do you recommend some modification to the the technique I am using to be able to bypass it  ?

Thanks

I am behind a firewall in France. I connect to proxy A, in Ireland with Dante via SSH port 22 and make a tunnel forwarding port 1080. The proxy works as expected but still having a port range blocked. I suspect the firewall does deep packet inspection ? But where is the blocking happening  ? At what layer  ? Do you recommend some modification to the the technique I am using to be able to bypass it  ?

Thanks

I am behind a firewall in France. I connect to proxy A, in Ireland with Dante via SSH port 22 and make a tunnel forwarding port 1080. The proxy works as expected but still having a port range blocked. 

I suspect the firewall does deep packet inspection.  

But where is the blocking happening? At what layer? 

Do you recommend some modification to the the technique I am using to be able to bypass it?

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Why my proxy is still having some connections blocked

I am behind a firewall in France. I connect to proxy A, in Ireland with Dante via SSH port 22 and make a tunnel forwarding port 1080. The proxy works as expected but still having a port range blocked. I suspect the firewall does deep packet inspection ? But where is the blocking happening ? At what layer ? Do you recommend some modification to the the technique I am using to be able to bypass it ?

Thanks