How to SSH from server A to B with port forwarding and transparent proxy – Ubuntu 20.04

I have two servers, A and B. These are pros and cons of both:

Server A pros:

if I use A to get access the internet, my cost is reduce by half it is near my local internet provider and it has high speed

Server A cons:

limited access to internet, it can ping and sees some specific IPs, like server B and very limited IPs

Server B pros:

Full internet access

Server B cons:

if I user server B as proxy, my internet costs double

What I have tried so far

I started OpenVPN server on server A, and now my mobile (as client) can connect to server A with OpenVPN and when I check my IP it’s fine.

I started a screen in server A with this command:

ssh [email protected]_ip -p1994 -D 1994 

Now when I check my mobile to see if it works and I can ping website like twitter.com, it returns me IP 10.10.10.10 that it shows I have not yet got full internet access unfortunately.

Someone told me this way is correct, but I should use something like transparent proxy and adding some rules to iptables, and I searched for it a little but they did not work. The websites I searched and checked resulted my server A not being accessible anymore so I did reinstall the OS.

What I want to reach

I want to connect server A to server B, so that server A can have full internet access. And as server A is an OpenVPN server, my mobile can full internet access with half cost too.

Vice Professor Asked on October 26, 2020 in nginx,   Windows.
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