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A simple way to browse the web with the IPv4 address of a remote machine:

Install and configure:
sudo apt install tsocks
cat << EOF > ~/.tsocks.conf
server = 127.0.0.1
server_type = 5
server_port = 1080
EOF

Run in a shell:
ssh -D 1080 myotherhost

Run in another shell:
tsocks firefox -P myotherprofile --no-remote

WARNING: IPv6 connections are not proxied.

Successfully upgraded a Debian strech from i386 to amd64 ... remotely ... with only a statically linked busybox as a safety net.

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