We are migrating 100s of gigs of data from in house server to external server. We tried a lot but still those two servers can't talk to each other, probably due to corporate security. The current setup is like this:
|-----> CentOS (T) [Target] Win10 (A) ------>| |-----> Ubuntu Jumpbox (U) ----> Ubuntu (S) [Source]
S cannot talk to T directly.
I am trying to move data via tunnel through Win10 jumpbox which can access both servers.
S--> U --> A ---> T
Is there anyway this can be done? Can we reverse tunnel to Windows host from linux? My backup plan it to just sftp files on A and upload them to T which will just double the downtime during file migrations.
Edit: Backup plan failed short of expectation. Linux filenames having special characters and case senstive duplicate file names are not transferring to windows.