Is there any technical issue with using an SSH tunnel via a commercial anonymous VPN? i.e. does the SSH encryption operate at a higher level in the TCP/IP stack, so that outgoing packets would: 1) first be encrypted by the SSH connection 2) then wrapped in an encrypted packet by the commercial VPN (e.g. Xerobank, SwissVPN) 3) forwarded to the VPN's server, unwrapped, then 4) the SSH encrypted packet is forwarded to its destination The point is whether the SSH encrypted packet would be readable by the commercial VPN, or whether it would remain encrypted all the way to its ultimate destination (and vice versa on the return route)? I assume that whether this is the case depends on whether SSH encryption takes place prior to the SSL VPN encryption/wrapping? Thanks for any input.