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January 30, 2004, 10:37 pm
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I am a Mac OS X 10.2 user. I need to tunnel VNC through SSH to remote
support 5 Pc's running Me and XP on a DSL connected LAN.
I believe I need to
1. Configure port forwarding for SSH on the DSL Router.
2. Install some form of SSH onto one or all of the PC's
3. Tunnel from my Mac ( using the built in OpenSSH )
Am I right or do I need to do more. Are there any good How-to
resources I can refer to?
Any advice welcomed. I dont necessarily wnat helkp to do it , more
help to help myself.
Re: Info/advice needed for using vns/ssh to remote control winMe and XP boxes from Mac OS X
run the OpenSSH server and set all of your tunnels from there, say :5901
--> 192.168.0.1:5900, 5902 -->192.168.0.2:5900 etc. Saves the time
taken to setup OpenSSH on all the boxes. Cygwin/OpenSSH does not really
work so well as a pseudo service on the Win9x line from memory.
Googling ssh and vnc will bring up ample resources.
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