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accepted ssh -R then expose the local port over HTTP?
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comment ssh -R then expose the local port over HTTP?
@barlop, yes. I did. The request is forwarded through the ssh tunnel to machine_a. The response came back through the ssh tunnel and was just directed dumped on the terminal. Which actually makes sense, because you're saying something of the manner of: netcat, listen on 8089 and pipe to (netcat, receive from stdin and send to localhost 8088) but the second netcat isn't directing it's output anywhere.
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revised ssh -R then expose the local port over HTTP?
run as nobody, fork and reuse the address
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comment ssh -R then expose the local port over HTTP?
this answer works a bit, it's really close. After setting up netcat to pipe from 8089 to localhost 8088, when browsing to machine_b:8089, the HTTP request is successfully piped through the ssh -R tunnel, and I see the response come back from machine_a, but the response just ends up being put to the console (stdout|stderr?). I want it to be forwarded on to the browser.
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comment ssh -R then expose the local port over HTTP?
@KronoS did my comment above clarify?
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comment ssh -R then expose the local port over HTTP?
Sorry, to clarify, the HTTP server lives on machine_a. I just want to setup a port (8089) on machine_b that proxies over to the locally bound port 8088 which is a ssh -R to machine_b 8088. Thus exposing the HTTP server that is behind the firewall.
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revised ssh -R then expose the local port over HTTP?
adding more explicit context, sorry, it was 4am local timeand i had been working a long time...
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comment JVM disappeared on Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.8
Thanks for the tip, Daniel. I installed that specific update and it installed into the correct location.
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