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January 16, 2004, 10:05 pm
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What I would like to do is reach port 80 of my home machine that gets
fowarded to an audio stream coming from remote.com:8016.
On my home machine (myserver.com) I use:
ssh -L 80:remote.com:8016 firstname.lastname@example.org -g
This allows me to connect locally (on my home machine) so that
myserver.com:80 redirects the data and I can listen via iTunes.
However, I cannot connect from a third machine (i.e., my work machine
or any other machine for that matter). Is there a way to allow any
incoming port 80 traffic to myserver.com:80 to redirect to
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