Port forwarding is a process consisting in the translation of a host:port couple into another host2:port2 couple, both submitted to the same network mask.

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Port forward to VPN Client?

I've run into a bit of a puzzle and haven't had much luck finding a solution. Right now I am (sadly) connected to the net via Verizon 3G. They filter all incoming traffic so it is impossible for me to ...
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How do I SSH into my Samba file server?

So I made a dedicated Samba file server on my Debian(3.2) machine. I have had great success accessing it from both Windows and Unix. I can SSH into it on the local network. When I try to SSH into it ...
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SSH into Ubuntu VM remotely

I don't have much Linux or networking experience, but I'm trying to SSH into an Ubuntu virtual machine from outside of my home network. The Ubuntu virtual machine (running inside VirtualBox) is ...
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Port Mirroring using iptables - copy all traffic among nginx on :80 and apache on :8080

I have nginx running on port 80 and apache running on port 8080 I want to transfer all the traffic to both nginx and apache asynchronously i.e the performance of one server wont be dependent on the ...
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How to setup port redirection after a ssh connection has been opened?

I'm using openssh on both client and server. I know I can run ssh -L or ssh -R to setup some port redirections over ssh. However, since they are command-line parameters, such redirections must be ...
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Servers running from chrooted Ubuntu on HP TouchPad? [closed]

The problem: servers appear to be broken inside my Ubuntu chroot. No matter what kind of server I try to run, they all seem unresponsive (VLC server won't respond to client, mkRemote doesn't move the ...
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Testing if a port was forwarded correctly in Ubuntu

I have a Ubuntu box connected to a wifi router. This wifi router is connected to a d-link adsl modem/router. I am preparing this Ubuntu box to run a server that will use some special ports in UDP and ...
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Can sshd restrict client tunnel endpoints to localhost?

Normally an ssh client can request TCP forwarding using the -L command line option. The server can disable this completely using AllowTcpForwarding no. If enabled, the client can request to connect ...
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How to debug SSH port forwarding

This is an extension to ssh port forward to access my home machine from anywhere I tried things mentioned there but I am not able to ssh to my machine. Netgear router settings for port forwarding: ...
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setting up an IRC server on freebsd

ssh port forward to access my home machine from anywhere In continuation to what I've been trying to do, I want to setup an IRC chat server on my freebsd box at home so friends can join that server ...
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ssh port forward to access my home machine from anywhere

http://serverfault.com/questions/303937/how-to-make-freebsd-box-accessible-from-internet I want to understand this whole process of port forwarding. I read so many things but failing to understand ...
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SSH tunnelling with multiple dynamic port forwardings

I am trying to monitor multiple JVMs running on different servers through an ssh tunnel. Thanks to one of the UNIX gurus here, I have managed to get this running for a single server by: Run jstatd ...
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ssh tunneling a local display to another server

I have a GUI test stand simulation connected to some hardware that is under test. The test stand is a Sun Sparc Ultra 2 SunOs 5.7. The simulation software checks to see if your running your display on ...
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Setting up the firewall for amule on OpenBSD 4.7 gateway

I'm trying to properly setup the firewall on my gateway (OpenBSD 4.7) using pf to allow amule (on 10.0.0.104) to operate properly as discussed here: Now I know pf has changed a bit from OpenBSD 4.7 ...
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SSH Port Forward a local IRC server to my remote server

So, I have this slight dilemma: I am not allowed to host an IRC server on my VPS, but I am allowed to use tunneling of some sort to let users connect to an IRC server I have set up locally on my Mac ...
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SSH tunneling error: “channel 1: open failed: administratively prohibited: open failed”

When I open this ssh tunnel: ssh -nXNT -p 22 localhost -L 0.0.0.0:8984:remote:8983 I get this error when trying to access the HTTP server running on localhost:8984: channel 1: open failed: ...
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Set up password-less SSH tunneling from home computer behind NAT to inside computer behind gateway

My home computer is behind an ISP-level NAT (and firewall). The target computer is work computer behind gateway. You have to log to gateway computer first via SSH (as it is the only one visible and ...
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Simple way to create a tunnel from one local port to another?

I have a development server, which is only accessible from 127.0.0.1:8000, not 192.168.1.x:8000. As a quick hack, is there a way to set up something to listen on another port (say, 8001) so that from ...
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How can I forward traffic from my publicly available server to a computer that is not publicly available?

My home computer is behind an ISP-level NAT which does not allow me to host game servers as a result. I have a VPS which I use as a web server. I want to host a game server of Minecraft, but the VPS ...
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How can I open port 21 on a Linux VM?

I need to open port 21 on a Linux (CentOS 5) virtual machine I have. I have tried several Google solutions, but none are working. I was wondering if someone could tell me how to do this. Below is ...
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vnc over ssh port assignment

At the office I have on the servers a vnc server running. In Windows I use putty to connect to the server, I log in and then use realvnc to see the desktop. But I cannot get this to work on Linux. I ...