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- Lars Strand
October 23, 2003, 6:15 pm
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Ok, so I would like to try the following:
client(s) <---> A <---> B (ftp-server)
When clients connect to a specified port on host A, A forwards
that port through a ssh tunnel to the ftp-server at B. It should
be transparent to the clients. It should also be able to handle
more than one connection at the time.
1. client X connect to host A at port 3434.
2. host A forwards that port through a tunnel to host B
3. B is the chatting with the ftp-server and tunneling all
ftp-traffic back to A.
Is there a way to do this with ssh? Or is IPSec a better solution?
Also, - is there a ratio patch to sftp-server (openssh)? I've been
unable to find one.
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