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- SSH on Windows
March 30, 2006, 3:04 pm
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What I am trying to do I'm sure has been done, I'm just the moron
I installed OpenSSH on my Windows XP box at home. On my router at
home, I forwarded port 22 to my Windows box.
On my PC at work, I installed Secure SSH Client. I can connect just
fine using the Secure SSH Client. But I want to run Remote Desktop. I
cannot get Remote Desktop to connect. I've tried a lot of IP's
including my internal IP, my external IP, 127.0.0.1, etc......no luck.
Can someone give me some pointers on how to get this to work?
Re: SSH on Windows
First off is the machine at home XP Pro or XP Home? If the latter it
doesn't support remote desktop. If Pro, then you need to set up tunnels
for whatever ports RD uses. I use VNC so I don't know what port(s) RD
uses. My tunnel for VNC is below and yours should probably be pretty close.
ssh -N -L 5900:localhost:5900 MyUserID@MyDomain.dyndns.org
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