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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 and I forward that port to my receiving server. How do I then forward the port the receiving server gets to others on the network.

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I have a Server 1(Ubuntu Server running with full port forwarding and no firewall). I have another server 2 (running WITH a firewall and without port forwarding). I use SSH tunnelling to put my web server onto Server 1 from server 2. How can I let clients who can connect to server 1 connect to the tunnelled service from server 2 via server 1

Client 1 Cannot Connect to Server 2 but can connect to server 1.

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I'm not sure exactly what you are asking, but I suspect that you are interested in the ssh -g flag, which "Allows remote hosts to connect to local forwarded ports."

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