I'm trying to use the ssh client command available in windows 10 since the spring update.
I do not use the "OpenSSH Server" optional module and it is not installed, I'm using only the "OpenSSH client"
This ssh command seems to work correctly, I can connect to a remote linux ssh server, and even use ssh tunelling with the following command
ssh -L 8080:localhost:11111 user@remote
And then connect with my own application through localhost:8080 from the windows client.
But the reverse tunneling does not seem to work.the following command :
ssh -R 8080:localhost:11111 user@remote
is working and the port is opened on my remote server, as show by nc on my remote linux:
nc -v 127.0.0.1 8080 localhost.localdomain [127.0.0.1] 8080 (http-alt) open
But the reverse tunnel is not working and I cannot communicate trough the tunnel.
Is this a bug in microsost ssh implementation ? Am I doing something wrong ?
I have completely disabled the windows firewall, have no other firewall installed and am connected on a private network.