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I have the following problem:

  1. A computer with win 10 that has access to some servers (lets call A)
  2. A workstation computer with linux in other network (lets call B)
  3. The server has access to both networks. (lets call C)

I desire to access from A to B through C. How to set routes in these computers ?

  • This sounds more like a question for server fault, but there are other details you'll need to provide such as: Are there any other computers on A or B's Network, and do you want them to have access too? What kind of access do you need? Full access? or just one port? Do you want B or B's Network to have access back to A? Are they on different subnets? Are you using VLANS? For example, just setting a route from A's network to B's network might not give you what you want, especially if you only want A to have access and not A's entire network. – Andrew Hendrix Sep 21 '16 at 16:25
  • That's very easy. But what about security? Are there any requirements? – Daniel B Sep 21 '16 at 17:09
  • Basically I want to access to ports 22 and 9001 published in computer C from computer A using as a router the C machine,. that has access to both networks. . I want to set the routes manually, where can I have examples. Thanks in advance – MadMad666 Sep 21 '16 at 20:20
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I was looking for an answer for such a question earlier, where I had a single workstation with two network cards acting as a bridge. In this case, if you need to access a specific port on the other machine (say port 80 for http or 5900 for VNC), then you simply need to forward a port from C to B. If you need direct access, however, you will need to do more complex routing and setup C as a router itself.

As far as port forwarding is concerned the final solution I used was jTCPfwd, since it is extremely light, works well and is compatible across systems.

http://jtcpfwd.sourceforge.net/

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  • The "complex routing" is actually easier than setting up port forwarding manually. – Daniel B Sep 21 '16 at 17:53
  • @DanielB, PLEASE LET ME KNOW, I'm dying to know. I've been looking for a solution to this since AGES! – PulseJet Sep 21 '16 at 17:55
  • @DanielB I just teste jtcpfwd and is the glory ! Genius ! – MadMad666 Sep 21 '16 at 20:37

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