The goal is to enable Firefox (on Ubuntu 16.04) to remotely ssh-tunnel and administer the home router. The command:
ssh -D localhost:3000 firstname.lastname@example.org
connects a BASH terminal to the SSH server (on the router).
Firefox network settings was configured per instructions:
Attempts to tunnel traffic through browser (http://www.whatismyip.com) return "unable to connect" and BASH returns multiple instances:
channel 3: open failed: administratively prohibited:
What is the root cause of the message above and what is the corrective action?
Router (SSH Server) Configuration:
- SSH hosted Asus router with Optware installed
- unable to locate sshd_config
find . | grep -i sshd_config