Im creating a few ssh-tunnel connections to a remote system with this command: ssh -R port:localhost:2222 user@ip If this command is now execute multiple times, it will create every time a new ...
I'm successfully using MyEnTunnel to forward traffic to a remote SOCKS-server. If I don't use the tunnel for a while the connection seems to turn stale, but doesn't fail, hence the browser waits for ...
In an ssh session, one can start tunneling with the keystrokes ~C and entering (e.g.) -L80:localhost:80. However, is there any way to stop tunneling on that port (short of killing the process)?
I am using Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit, with all updates installed. I made a simple shell script that starts a SOCKS5 tunnel and launches Firefox (with correct network proxy settings) to use the tunnel. How ...
I want to play a game which is hosted on port 25565 (minecraft!), but my university firewall does not allow this port. I have a dedicated server running linux not too far from uni, so I think there's ...