Awesome, thanks so much Oleg!
For examples I am not exactly sure what you mean.
I suppose a really basic example would be if you have an SSH server (some linux box or VPS) use putty and create your dynamic tunnel. Then go to your web browser and go to it's connection settings and for the proxy add localhost on the local port you specified
for a socks proxy (make sure you only do this for socks, not http).
If you now use the web browser and check the traffic (or if you went through an external SSH server, check your reported IP address) you will see you are bouncing through the server you SSH'd to.
Pretty much any TCP based comms program can be set to use a socks proxy such as MSN, ICQ, Skype, Outlook, Thunderbird, mIRC et al. All you need to do is SSH to a server with a dynamic port set.
If you meant you needed an example from another SSH program, the one I use over Putty is SSH Secure Shell that you seem to be only able to download from Uni websites such as
I hope that helps, if not email me or reply back and I will try and help as much as possible, thanks again Oleg!