As we discussed on my question, the question comes to this point:
Could we establish a TCP connection via UDP Hole Punching technique?
-- Original Question / History --
I'm using reverse tunnel feature of OpenSSH in order to connect an SSH server that is behind a firewall.
Now I can connect
server-behind-firewall machine by issuing
ssh me@my-known-server -p 12345
This way, all of
my-laptop's traffic is routed to
my-known-server is routing this traffic to the
server-behind-firewall machine. I think this is inefficient.
What I am looking for is a technique that will provide same functionality but using bittorrent's technique (which is, peers create UDP connections to the
my-known-server (tracker) and sends packets to eachother directly)
Is there any way to achieve this functionality?
Bittorrent connection is created via "UDP hole punching" technique.
Apparently what I was looking for is making an SSH connection over "Hamachi" like software which uses NAT traversal technique.