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http client using ssh -D

Is there a python library which supports using SOCKS proxy which I
create by "ssh -D port remote-host"? I was trying to use that socket
by SocksiPy, but I get "channel 3: open failed: administratively
prohibited: open failed" on the server side. And I can use that
channel freely with firefox. Any other library I might use?

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