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I want to connect to my account in a server of my university. When I’m there I only have to do

ssh user@FinalServer/home/user

or create a folder using

sftp://user@FinalServer/home/user

But the problem comes when I’m at home: there I have to connect first to a concrete server in a concrete port and then do the connection to the FinalServer.

  1. ssh user@IntermediateServer:54022
  2. ssh user@FinalServer/home/user

And to do a sftp first I have to do it to the Intermediate Server and then to the final server.

If it’s possible I want to do a folder like the first example but I don’t know how.

I’m searching for a solution in Linux and other in Windows.

I’m trying to do something with Putty or WinSCP but I don’t know how.

  • I assume the first university server is connected to the internet, whereas the second is only available within the university's network. Are you able to connect to the university's network from home using VPN? If you would be able to connect to the VPN you could directly connect to the 2nd server. – Vincent Mar 22 '15 at 16:28
  • The university (www.uab.cat) has a VPN but it isn't able to connect directly with the second server. you can open a Term useing it but you can't use this term to transfer a file. – Charlio Mar 23 '15 at 1:00
  • So, if you are connected to the VPN you can not ssh into the second server? Does the first server offer VPN? Also, what protocol do you use to transfer files? scp, rsync, ... ? – Vincent Mar 23 '15 at 1:24
  • Form VPN I can connect to the bouth severs. And I can use scp and sftp. – Charlio Mar 23 '15 at 10:36
  • Could you mount the folder of server 1 somewhere on server 2 and then mount that folder from server 2 on your home computer? – Vincent Mar 23 '15 at 16:56

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