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we got there in the chat LocalPi>ssh -L *:5678:127.0.0.1:9091 remoteuser@127.0.0.1 -p 16864 then on chromebook, http://localpi_IP:5678 So the remote pi had done an SSH -R creating port 16864 on the localpi. He was already able to get a terminal to his raspberry pi, doing localpi>ssh remoteuser@127.0.0.1 -p 16864 We added a -L to open port ...


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Can someone please move this to a comment? I'm limited by reputation rules. TIA. When you run telnet localhost 22 on server1, does it work? Could be a IPv4 vs IPv6 situation, in which case, try using 127.0.0.1 instead. Does the -v option provide more info? Is there anything in the sshd logs on server1?


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Or you could simply use ssf (which was designed to handle this use case), with a simple command: Client side: #>./SSF_Client -U 53:192.168.1.1:53 server.foo.com This command redirects local port 53 (dns) to 192.168.1.1 port 53, through a secure tunnel between localhost and server.foo.com. You will need a ssf server (instead of - or next to - your ...


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There are several mistakes in your crontab script. The one that is causing the disconnections is the fact that the script needs not only execute permission, but also the suid bit set (sudo chmod 4755 /pah/to/script) if you are executing the shell script as root. crontab environments are very different from users'. Hence it is always required to use full ...


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This is not possible. If your ISP will not allow you to forward ports (technically or otherwise), then you must use a tunnel (or find a new ISP). For tunneling, you want to use a VPN; You might have to pay a monthly fee to find one that provides you with acceptable performance. You should be able to find a good VPN for USD$10/mo or less. Depending on how ...



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