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How to get information from sshd about established remote tunnels

I have a server running on which from many different places people log on via ssh and open remote ssh-tunnels to other places behind different firewalls. Now I want to try to get an overview, which ...
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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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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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How can I mount a remote sshfs directory of an publicly inaccessible server on my inaccessible client machine?

This is an extension of the question by @Andrei How to mount remote SSHFS via intermediate machine? Tunneling? I'm in the same situation that I want to mount a remote directory, however the ...
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Forward all ports SSH

I have a question about SSH/Port forwarding. I haven't found the solution anywhere and don't know if there is any. I have a server behind my NAT box at home. I have port forwarding from my NAT box to ...
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Reverse tunnelling with “stunnel” in linux

Scenario: Central Log-Server(logserv)- only private IP interfaces Multiple client servers (logclient)- has public IPs. Requirement: Need to tcp logs of syslog application from various logclients ...
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List ports tunnelled on OpenSSH server

Is there any way to list the tunnels that SSH clients connected to my OpenSSH server have set up? I can use e.g. lsof -i to show connections that are being actively tunnelled, but I'd like to be able ...