An SSH tunnel allows forwarding any traffic over the SSH protocol. This is used to secure the transmission or allow data to be exchanged where network restrictions are in place.

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List open SSH tunnels

I use a lot of SSH tunnels to various servers on my linux machine (for tunnelling to databases, web servers etc) and it would be really handy to view a list of current open tunnels via a shell script. ...
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Automatic SSH tunneling from Windows

I'm trying to set up a Windows computer to always have two SSH tunnels to my Linux server. Currently, I'm using PuTTY to open the two SSH tunnels: I log in to the server in PuTTY, leave it ...
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Synchronize Dreamweaver over an SSH tunnel using an SFTP connection

Maybe... Just maybe... I'm asking too much here. Maybe I'm even barking up the wrong tree. I'm looking to essentially have Dreamweaver establish an SSH tunnel to one machine, and then use that ...
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How to tunnel port 25565 through SSH?

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 ...
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Slow SSH Connection while Internet Browsing

I have a macbook pro and I use SSH tunneling using terminal to bypass proxy. It is been a while that my browsing speed is so slow that showing google's homepage takes up to 10 secs. I wanted to know ...
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How to restart a service each hour, in upstart?

I have an upstart service defined as: /etc/init/sshproxy.conf description "Lenik's secret tunnel thru *.ssh.myserver.com" author "谢继雷 (Lenik)" start on (net-device-up IFACE!=lo) stop on ...
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How do I set up an SSH tunnel to a whitelisted box?

We have a trusted machine which is authorized to connect to a special web service on port 12345, as shown below. The web service whitelists specific clients, and only those IP addresses are allowed to ...
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If I use an SSH tunnel to get around a firewall, what does the sysadmin see?

I use an SSH tunnel for the port my browser uses to access the internet. The result is I get around the firewall my network uses, which prevents me from using many sites I want to use (facebook, ...