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You use policy routing. First you mark some packets, iptables -A PREROUTING -t mangle -d 10.0.0.1 -j MARK --set-mark 1 then you create a new routing table, call it TunRoutTable: echo 201 TunRoutTable >> /etc/iproute2/rt_tables then you tell your pc to use table TunRoutTable for packets marked 1: ip rule add fwmark 1 table TunRoutTable and ...


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utun0 is For "Back to My Mac" given your described setup I would assume it's created by GNS3 for / as the secure localhost connection.. as for the MTU not sure


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based on reply of barlop I have A and B behind NAT. And C which is accessed from A and B On C I must have only ssh access. Nothing else is required. on machine A add task to crontab $crontab -e TUNCMDR='ssh -f -N -R 1144:localhost:22 Cuser@hostC' * * * * * pgrep -f "$TUNCMDR" || ($TUNCMDR && echo "`date`: Land remote port to localhost:22" ...


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I can see how it could be done.. So you have 3 computers. A,B,C A,B are behind NAT. Let's say B is the intermediary Method 1 2 tunnels So you can make an SSH connection from A to B (Tunnel 1). And from C to B(Tunnel 2). And forward Tunnel 1, to tunnel 2. Computer A connects with SSH -L Computer C connects with SSH -R The -L or -R determines ...


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So the scripts you want run is on a remote server, firstly you have to connect to the server via ssh, you can do it with the default Terminal app or iTerm: ssh username@serverip. This ssh connection process is the done by Putty as on windows.


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Is Time Machine set to allows ssh on that port? Check ssh_config. (You can find it with locate ssh_config and usually in located in /etc/ssh/ssh_config).


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I'll prefix this answer by saying that doing this is going to break the terms and conditions of your use of your corporate services. It probably breaks your Acceptable Use Policy and could easily result in you being fired. In some industries the outcome could be worse & you could end up in prison. To achieve this, you need access to a server outside ...



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