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Possibly a broken UPnP? Try disabling UPnP on the router and see if that helps. If it does, there are two possibilities: UPnP is broken on the router side, while clients are doing things correctly. Not much you can do here except trying to update the firmware to see if it's fixed. If it's not, you may have to disable UPnP as the only solution. There is ...


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I'd say that SERVER can't resolve MYSQL, try to give the IP of the MYSQL machine in your command. You also don't need -g as the remote machine won't connect back to you. ssh -Ngf -L 3306:<IP-OF-MYSQL-HERE>:3306 username@SERVER Edit Don't forget that you need to connect to localhost:3306 once the port forward is in place, as your local post is ...


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It depends on the port number, depending on the channel you leave open you are vulnerable to different types of exploits to your network. Now its a known default setting that a router has port 4567 open for some weird reason as it can allow malware to go through but you can just go through the following instructions to close it. First check if it is under ...


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Pretty clever way of doing it, but anyway short answer, yes this would work as port 9 pretty much nullifies any data it receives.


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Edit your hosts file and add the following: 192.168.0.150 www.mydomain.com 192.168.0.150 app.mydomain.com 192.168.0.150 svn.mydomain.com


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-N isn't background, it's no remote command. You want something like: ssh -R $rport:dc-bb7925e7:$camport -p 25 server@192.168.178.20& Note the trailing ampersand, which will background the command. You'll likely want to write some logic to go back and close the SSH session when you're done.


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Windows itself doesn't use UPnP for setting up port forwarding because it has no built-in services that should be globally accessible. (Indeed even the firewall defaults to limiting them to the local subnet.) Normally this is done by individual programs which include their own UPnP and/or NAT-PMP client libraries. BitTorrent clients would be a common ...


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Your router can forward each port to one machine as a time. This means that you have overwritten the external 80 to your local server. I'm afraid that the firewall will only allow local machine make changes now, you have to go to you location. On the other hand if you have remote screen access(VNC, RDP, X) to one of the computers you can access router from ...



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