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iSSH definitely works to create tunnels on a non-jailbroken iOS device, but you can still only keep it backgrounded for 10 minutes or so before it gets killed. If you jailbreak, however, iSSH is just a luxury (I haven't found a client with a more useful keyboard) because you can just open a terminal and create a local tunnel from the command line all with ...
No, this is not possible. PPTP is using TCP port 1723 to build up the tunnel, but the data carried over the VPN always GRE. This is then the IP protocol 47 (Not TCP!) Anyway PPTP is security wise not a good solution and should be replaced by a better protocol. OpenVPN is one of the flexible VPN solutions
Check with netstat that the forwarded port is not bound to the local loopback only. You can change this by adding * (any interface), e.g. -L *:9110:0.0.0.0:110. You may also have to change / set the GatewayPorts parameter in the server configuration to yes or clientspecified
you'd need definite answers to the following questions before you can proceed: can you ping the router from the linux box? if you can, can you traceroute from the linux box to the router? from the above questions, I want to make sure that a. your traffic goes to the windows box indeed and then the router, not directly to the router. the tracert will tell ...
Another alternative would be mpd http://mpd.sourceforge.net/
You are missing -N And if you don't want a running session and just the tunnel use -f ssh -f -D 8080 -p 2222 email@example.com -N
This is the correct behavior. SSH establishes a tunnel and opens an interactive session. If you want the tunnel only, use the -N option of ssh; you might also be interested in combining that with -f: ssh -Nf -D 8080 -p 2222 firstname.lastname@example.org From man ssh -f Requests ssh to go to background just before command execution. This is useful if ...
The easiest way is using simple port forwarding. In putty, head to the Connection->SSH->Tunnels category and enter: a local port of your choosing in the Source port field the host+port of your internal web service in the destination field press Add Here is an example: After connecting, you can enter http://localhost:8081/ in your web browser and it ...
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