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SSH tunnel through two servers to access a web service on port 9091

what I have is a "phone-home" service running at remote1 that connects to LAN1 via: ssh -N -R 16864:localhost:22 <myuser.on.lan1>@<lan1.ip> so from the SSH terminal on LAN1 I can easily ...
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Debugging through VPN on a VM

My laptop runs Windows 7. I run various Virtual Machines to encapsulate my VPN connectivity and keep client environments separate as much as is convenient. In this case, the virtual machine is Ubuntu ...
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Work is blocking an SSH connection, what is the easiest workaround?

My work laptop/network is blocking an SSH connection (that I can make with my cellphone so I know it's valid)? What is the easiest away around it? I'm fine with a small fee to reroute or whatever. ...
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How can I mosh over multiple hops (for example, via tunnel or ProxyCommand)?

I have a system that I can only access via multiple ssh logins. I recently found out about using ProxyCommand or SSH tunnels to make the connection transparently. Is it possible to mosh instead, and ...
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ssh tunnel not working for external addresses

I am at a client site and they block some addresses so I am trying to use ssh to tunnel through my company's server. The tunnel works for intranet sites, but it fails but failing for pubic sites. ...
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Can Putty establish a gateway to the SSH remote server?

My desktop home computer (see the image below) connects via SSH to the Office Server (via internet, of course). I connect to that server from my home desktop (running Linux) by using the OpenSSH ...
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How to connect / tunneling to another computer to use it's localhost?

I'am not quite sure how to describe what I really asking for, so i will try: I have two computer A and B. Computer A is my primary computer I'am working on. I'am web developer, and as you may know, ...
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How to tunnel a port from a server behind a firewall to a remote server that allows connections via ssh?

I have a scenario where I need to open up a port for a server behind an ISP that appears to be blocking traffic. In this case I have a dedicated server remotely that I can ssh into and use whatever ...
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DC++ over SSH tunnel

I want to fileshare with a small group of friends. We decided on DC++ (unless someone has a better suggestion). We would like to have most of our traffic be over a secure SSH tunnel. I know that the ...
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X11Forwarding using SSH and Netcat

From my machine, I must connect through nodes A, B, and C, to reach target: localhost -> A -> B -> C -> target Machine A is configured to refuse X11 Forwarding, so I guess I shouldn't ...
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vnc via ssh tunnel: channel 3: open failed: connect failed: No route to host

I was used to connect from A to a system B through vnc with ssh tunnel via C. I do the following: In B I start the vncserver: vncserver and let's say I get the :12 In A I open the ssh tunnel: ...
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Dynamic Port Forwarding Automation and Which Ports?

I've successfully enabled dynamic port forwarding in my web browser. Now I'd like to go a few steps further if that's at all possible. 1) There is software that monitors network traffic on a ...
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SSH Dynamic Port Forwarding

I've done lots of searching over the past couple of weeks. And I've found a LOT of blog entries and articles on the subject. But invariably they're either just an article talking about the benefits ...
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Transparent SSH Multi-Hop - Access to network without using shell (Shared connection)

I have a quick question. Apologies if this has been posted already, but I have searched and can't seem to find what I am looking for. I have a localhost , Host 1 and Host 2. The Host 2 machine has ...
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How to connect two computers using SSH tunneling

I have two linux computers in two different institutes. Computer1 is username1 with host1(internal ip 192.168.1.115) connected to server1(public ip 59.162.19.43). Second Computer2 is username2 with ...
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Tunneling from one unix server to other unix server using ssh

I am trying to connect one Unix server to another. Direct login is possible, but logging in through a tunnel is failing. I'm creating the tunnel connection using: ssh -N -f -L 6002:bsc2:22 ...
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SSH, SVN and firewalls

I have a typical set up where by my SVN server is on a machine behind the firewall and I have a gateway machine which I can SSH into. When outside the network if I want to checkout the repository I ...
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Tunnel router's outbound traffic through ssh?

Not looking for VPN. Trying to bypass traffic counter by tunneling to a m/c (non-restricted non-counted with no root access). Currently I am doing a tunnel(via sshuttle/tunnelier) for every client on ...
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Reach computer behind a NAT or Proxy

I have a home PC connected through twoway satellite modem. I cant reach from outside, so after a some research I found a solution which is reverse ssh tunneling. but I have a few question regarding ...
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SSH Reverse socks tunnel

ssh -D can make a socks port at local machine, which pass the traffic to the remote, then to other places. ssh -L port:host:hostport, listen port at local machine, pass the traffic to "host:hostport" ...
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Which SSH config option stops me from SSH'ing through a SSH tunnel?

I am trying to connect directly to a my work computer (work) which is only available via an outside server (outside). So, the network path is: home » outside » work Ideally, this should work: ...
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Would it be possible to create an SSH tunnel through a mobile phone call?

I was thinking the following: A lot of phone companies give you a couple of phone numbers that you can call for free. Suppose we have 2 mobile phones: P1 = Phone 1 P2 = Phone 2 P1 have free calls ...
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anonymous browsing

I just watched a video by Eben Moglen about the increasing surveillance of our connected network devices and a lot of what he said rang true. The video can be found here if you're interested. I'm not ...