I am using Putty to achieve SSH Reverse Tunnel Port Forwarding. Most of the tutorials are teaching me to forward remote port to localhost port. However, may I know is it make sense to input other host such as
192.168.1.132:8081 into the Destination field?
I have tried to do that.
192.168.1.132:8081 is a working web server with a contented page, but I got
ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE when I visit
localhost:12345 (I set port
12345 as the source port) from the client device.
My Putty Configurations
Outgoing Proxy configuration:
Tunneling config (the
Dynamic one is for the Socks5 connection, please just ignore it; the
R12345 one is the tunnel that I am playing with):
The result that I try to access the tunnel from the Destination (SSH Server):
Can anyone help me?
In the device that I am running SSH command, I am going out with via a proxy server. Is that affecting the reverse tunnel behavior?
I have tried to make the reverse tunnel from the http server directly. However, in the SSH server I can visit the website by http://localhost:12345. Attched setting and result at below.