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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SSH access to office host behind NAT router

I would like to access the ssh port of my office linux host from home. Unfortunately the host is located behind a NAT router. So, the IP address is not publicly available. There is however access to ...
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SSH as socks proxy through multiple hosts

Can the following be achieved with SSH. There are three machines involved: A. My local machine at home B. The SSH gateway server at school C. A workstation in a lab, only reachable through B I ...
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Cannot successfully configure OpenSSH via CYGWIN in Windows 2008

I need help configuring OpenSSH on Win2008 via CYGWIN! THANKS in advance! I am trying to configure an OpenSSH server on Windows Server 2008 Datacenter via CYGWIN. I have installed and configured ...
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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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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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Differences between ssh -L to -D

I'm trying to understand the differences between ssh -L to -D. Is there anything else except for that -D is SOCKS only? Thanks!
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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 ...
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SSH tunnel to home network, and access router web interface

I'm trying to use an ssh tunnel from a remote location to connect to my home network and access the router web interface. I have SSH access to the home network, and I can connect to the gateway ...
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“noshell” for ssh proxy users

I like to setup a special ssh user which is only allowed to tunnel web traffice through my server. I do not want to make an open proxy. This brings me to my question: Is there a "noshell" shell for ...
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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, ...
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sshuttle on a DD-WRT / OpenWRT Router

Has anybody had any success installing and running sshuttle on a wireless router? My intent is to have all traffic from all devices (computer, tablet, gaming system, etc.) that connect to the router ...
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How to tunnel a local port onto a remote server

I have a domain that i bought from DynDNS. I pointed the domain at my ip adress so i can run servers. The problem I have is that I don't live near the server computer... Can I use an ssh tunnel? As I ...
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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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Remote desktop to server through an intermediate computer

I have access to 3 machines: A(Windows 8, on which I am admin), B(Old Ubuntu distro on which I am root), and C (Server running Ubuntu, on which I am NOT root). I need to remote desktop from A to C. ...
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SSH tunnel over 2 servers

I used the following command to create a tunnel from my system to server1 and from server1 to server2 to have a tunnel from my system to server2 ssh -t -t -L4450:localhost:5590 user1@server1 'ssh -L ...
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SSH tunnel for VNC not functioning

I am playing with my sexy new Ubuntu 10.04 server I am trying to tunnel x11vnc through SSH to putty. Steps I took (all from my Windows 7 client) open putty (0.60) Enter the server address under ...