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- Mohit Aron
June 5, 2004, 5:05 pm
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I'm using openssh 3.8.1p1 on Redhat Linux. I have a question about
remote port forwarding.
Say I do remote port forwarding while doing an ssh from machine foo to
machine bar as follows:
foo% ssh -R 6002:localhost:6000 bar
(The above forwards port 6002 on bar to port 6000 on foo).
The question is, how do I allow another machine (say baz) to connect
to port 6002
on bar. It seems only applications running on bar are allowed to talk
to port 6002 on it.
I should add that using the '-g' option to ssh doesn't work here -
that only works
for local port forwarding (not remote port forwarding) - i.e., it
with the "-L" option to ssh.
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