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July 27, 2005, 3:43 am
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While I am aware of how to redirect ports via ssh, I find in a few
instances that port 22 is not open by the firewall. This being the case
can I route traffic thru some other open port to achieve ssh
redirection. Detail given below
1. Server A and B are separated via a firewall which does not allow 22
2. I want to redirect traffic on port 80 and 8080 from server A to
ports 88 and 8888 on server B
3. Firewall only allows ports 90 and 9090 (which may or may not be used
by other existing apps) between Server A and B.
Is this doable ?
- Richard E. Silverman
July 27, 2005, 4:23 am
Re: ssh redirection
Subu> While I am aware of how to redirect ports via ssh, I find in a
Subu> few instances that port 22 is not open by the firewall....
These two things are unrelated. Port forwarding is relevant once you have
established an SSH connection; your problem is that you can't do even that
because of the firewall. You need a channel from SSH client to server --
any open TCP port, a proxied connection via HTTP CONNECT, etc.
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