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iptables rule to transfer UDP through a SSH tunnel

The problem I have two programs that runs on two distant computers and communicate through a specific protocol. All I know is that this protocol only communicates through UDP and uses the ports 1101 ...
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Run SSH SOCKS5 proxy on system startup

I want to setup a linux server (Ubuntu Server 14.04 in this case) to be used as a SOCKS5 proxy by software on another client. Now this is pretty easy by running ssh -f -N -D 0.0.0.0:1080 localhost as ...
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Allow multiple remote connections to an ssh Dynamic forwarded port

Let us assume I have three machines A - Server to which I am sshing to B - Client from which I am sshing C - Another Client in B's subnet Now, I set up dynamic port forwarding for port 1235 by ...
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xtightvnc through ssh gateway — connection refused

Following setup: homepc -> gateway -> workpc workpc:~$ tightvncserver :12 homepc:~$ ssh -N gatewayuser@gateway -L 1212:workpc:5912 Now I try to connect via homepc:~$ xtightvncviewer ...
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1answer
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Can I use `screen` to keep an ssh tunnel alive from the client?

I read here that you can keep your ssh sessions alive a bit longer using a utility called GNU screen. Is it possible to keep an SSH tunnel alive longer with this as well?
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What is the best way to create remote tunnel?

I have 3 Linux servers: 10.0.0.0/24 - (10.0.0.10) Linux server inside my LAN. 20.0.0.0/24 - (20.0.0.10) Linux server with HTTP Apache server 50.50.50.50/32 - Server on Amazon AWS which see ...
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1answer
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channel 1: open failed: administratively prohibited: open failed

I am trying to set up an SSH tunnel (on a Raspberry Pi) with the following command: ssh user@terbank.cs.kuleuven.be -L 5672:tabor.cs.kotnet.leuven.be:5672 -N (I should note that I can, or at least ...
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SSH tunnelling outgoing traffic shaping

I am using an OpenSSH server for a client app that uses the traffic forwarding, SSH tunnelling and some users are consuming an extraordinary amount of bandwidth. Is there a way to shape the traffic on ...
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1answer
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autossh won't run in background

I try to set autossh to run at boot adding it to /etc/rc.local but I am unable to even get it to run in the background. This is the crucial part of my config file: Host remotehost.com LocalForward ...
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1answer
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Error “ssh_exchange_identification” with Corkscrew

I'm trying to reach my ssh server (i'm behind a corporate proxy) so I tried to use Corkscrew. My ssh server is listening on port 443, I put sshd: ALL in my /etc/hosts.allow and there's nothing into my ...
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Having ssh tunneling itself for remote access from a third machine [duplicate]

I am struggling with understanding if and how the following is possible. Say that I have a machine T (target) which I want to access from remote (ideally via ssh). T is behind a router/firewall R ...
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1answer
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How can I tell which ports have been used for reverse SSH tunnels?

I have two machines, client and server. client has created a reverse-tunnel on server with something like ssh -R 12345:localhost:12345 server. When logged into server how could I find ports which ...
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1answer
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Understanding interface forwarding with VPN

I have a server with static IP address that I rented (Debian on it), and I have a server with a server at home which I bought and setup as home server (with Ubuntu Server). What I would like to do ...
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1answer
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log into a machine through another, with (de)compression at the ends only [duplicate]

I have looked all around but couldn't find the answer to a very simply question: I would like to log into machine C from machine A, passing through machine B. However, B is slow, so I would also like ...
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Attach to an existing ssh tunnel

I have an existing ssh tunnel which connects machine A to C over B. #user@A: ssh -N user@B -L 9999:C:9999 Is there any way to create a new ssh tunnel on D and attach it to the existing tunnel so ...
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1answer
174 views

Directx application using wine over ssh -x

I'm trying to run a Windows app (Artemis video game - server mode) on my archlinux server. As it is an windows application I have to run it using Wine. As I'd like to be able to launch the server ...
0
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1answer
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Connect to LAN resource via ssh tunnel

I have the following problem. From machine A I connect to machine B over the internet via ssh and port forwarding. Machine B is part of my local network and has connection to machine C which acts as a ...
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Find which ports a program access

I have a program that tries to connect to a server on start-up on a unknown port. I need to find out which port the program accesses to enable a ssh tunnel. I tried netstat but since the connection ...
2
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1answer
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Creating a linux user with limited privileges for ssh tunnelling

I am following this post to create ssh tunnel to mysql. The details description of my application scenario is given in my other SOQ. I exactly followed these steps to create a user: useradd -s ...
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1answer
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Double port forwarding - SSH

NOTE: I'm not explaining why I want to do this. But here is the requirement. There are 4 hosts. Host A, Host B, Host C, Host D Host A is running some application which can be accessed at port 8001 ...
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1answer
129 views

Give an access to Internet to a server reachable by SSH but where Internet is blocked

I can use my home computer A to connect by SSH to a server B where access to the external network is blocked. In other words, all requests to Internet from B throw an error: Network is unreachable. ...
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1answer
238 views

Multiple SSH tunnel through raspberry pi?

In my home network I have a PC, raspberry pi, macbook and a few other devices which I want to access away from home. As it stands, I have setup VNC server on my PC along with remote desktop and have ...
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1answer
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Supply additional ssh options in config file

How can I supply additional options in .ssh/config? I know that information like Host, Port, User etc. may be used in the ssh-configuration file to abbreviate ssh commands. I frequently create ...
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1answer
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Secure access to remote SSH tunnel

So I wish to be able to access my Raspberry Pi (which I keep at home behind a firewall) remotely. One option is to use a static IP address, but as a poor student I don't want to fork out for one, and ...
2
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1answer
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use SSH tunnel to baypass Captive portal

I know that DNS tunneling is the good choice when we try to bypass captive portal, but i tried to do SSH tunneling instead of DNS but it doesn't works, technically speaking is that possible -bypass ...
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ssh local tunnel to VM

So, can anyone explain why this doesn't work? Everything from remote host (192.168.1.3): ssh -L 9000:192.168.1.2:80 login@192.168.1.2 elinks http:127.0.0.1:9000 and I can see a web page. other ...
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Bash script calls expect script with master SSH connection

I'm trying to write a bash script that calls an expect script to establish a master SSH connection to be used for the remaining SSH commands in the bash script. ~/.ssh/config: ControlMaster auto ...
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2answers
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Auto restart ssh session after sleep

I have an active ssh session to a remote server that it would be nice to be able to restart upon waking from sleep/hibernate (ubuntu), and seamlessly restore tunnels. The Gnome Terminal window is ...
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2answers
141 views

Reverse socks5 using SSH

Setup: Server is a virtual machine Server have a local ip adress Server is restricted so that it can't reach the internet (not sure how) Client machine have access to both server via SSH Client ...
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2answers
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SSH through router to internal file server

This is a real beginner question, I know. But I really don't seem to be able to wrap my head around the terminology to get what I want working. And since I want to do this on a router that 40-50 ...
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SSH tunneling via few hosts [duplicate]

That question is'n only about Unix/Linux - but contain something... So - given: host1 with TeamCity server running on 8111 port; host2 which will be "ssh-proxy" between client and host1. From host1 ...
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SSH: tunnel without shell on ssh server

I have to set up a tunnel between two hosts. For this i use ssh in this way: ssh -L MY_LOCAL_PORT:FOREIGN_ADDRESS:FOREIGN_PORT MYUSER@SSH_SERVER after that, I login into my SSH_SERVER. How can I ...
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1answer
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ssh (remote console) between 2 computers from different private networks

I have two computers. Both of them are from different private networks. I'd like to connect from one of them to another (to program on it remotely). I attempted to use some remote desktop software ...
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IBM AIX: How do I set up SSH X forwarding on an unprivileged user with no home?

Long story short: I have an AIX server where my user is unprivileged and has no home directory, and it is not easy to fix this because OS-level management of this server is outside of my jurisdiction. ...
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1answer
247 views

Reverse connection to SSH server [duplicate]

Machine A is connected to the internet and is behind firewall so it cannot receive incoming connections. Machine B is open to the internet. I want to be able to type commands into B and have them ...
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1answer
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How to forward port after tunneling

Today I have read this question and answer (How does reverse SSH tunneling work?). I tried it out and it worked perfectly however I want to know one thing. Say I have a web server running on port 8000 ...
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2answers
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ssh reverse tunneling not working

So, I have a server and a home machine. My server can't talk to internet, but my home machine can. So, I set up a reverse tunnel through home to server using: ssh -R 9001:www.google.com:80 server ...
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1answer
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I need to RDP to a server through a reverse tunnel

I have a windows PC that is on network A and a windows PC on network B. Also in network B I have several Linux servers. From the PC on network A, I can ssh to any server on network B. I cannot, ...
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ssh to private-ip

I have a computer with CentOS (computer A) that configured as has an private ip 10.150.5.141 (with restricted firewall), can access internet and my ArchLinux VPS (computer B) with real ip w.x.y.z How ...
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ssh tunnelling explanation

I have a question regarding ssh tunneling. I've read this article http://www.popcornfarmer.com/2009/01/ssh-tunneling-tutorial/ I would like to make X forwarding work and run some X applications ...
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What do the channel numbers in ssh error message refer to?

In the example below what do the channel numbers correspond to? Which are on the server? Which are on the client? $ ssh -L1570:127.0.0.1:8899 root@thehost Password: Last login: Fri Aug 9 ...
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SSH reverse tunnel works except when I use a VirtualBox instance at one end. Why does VB break SSH?

VirtualBox seems to break my SSH ProxyCommand... here are the details: I want to open an SSH connection from my laptop to desktop over an SSH (reverse) tunnel. I want to do that in one step using ...
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Multiple SSH tunnels (local and remote forwarding) over one master OpenSSH connection? Good idea?

The question Using an already established SSH channel has an answer that intrigued me. It suggests that I can reuse an existing SSH connection. However, after further reading, I see that this solution ...
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How to bring back SSH session that was started with the -f option (run in background)

I'm pretty lost on this. From the man page: -f Requests ssh to go to background just before command execution. After starting SSH with the -f option, I have a working tunnel. But after I ...
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1answer
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Establishing client VNC connection over SSH in one step (e.g., with the -via option)

How do I reduce these two commands to one? I am connecting from my client to an x11vnc server and the two commands below already work. I just wish to do it in one step: first command: ssh -fNL ...
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rsync over ssh tunnel

---------- /| /| ------------ | Home | | | | | | Work | | |--------| |---------------------| ...
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Unable to force passphraseless ssh authentication while port forwarding

I'm completely at a loss as to what is preventing my local machine from authenticating the connection that is being forwarded from the remote server. I've read a ton of the posts on here regarding ...
3
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1answer
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How to parameterize the LocalForward option in ssh_config?

I'm starting with this fully working ssh command: $ ssh -fNL 3306:localhost:3306 coolio@database.example.com This config gets me part of the simplification I am after: Host tunnel HostName ...
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1answer
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SFTP over reverse SSH tunnel?

I want to SFTP to a remote computer that is behind NAT. I can't modify the NAT router, so I have set up a reverse SSH tunnel using a middleman server. Here's what my SSH tunnel looks like: ...
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How to restrict an SSH tunnel to a certain outbound IP address on an SSH server?

I hope I'm phrasing this question correctly. I have a SSH server that I use for testing that has 2 internet connections running on it. The LAN connection is always on, but the USB connection is on ...