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- Glenn Kusardi
November 3, 2003, 12:01 am
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I want to access my WinXP machine at home from my Linux workstation at
work. Because of some restrictive firewalls and configurations I only
have a Linux server to the internet...
[workstation] -> ssh -> Linux Gateway -> ssh -> Windows
... So I thought I could make a ssh connection over the Linux gateway to
a vnc server on Windows.
I used "ssh -L 5900:<ip of windows>:5900 user@linuxworkstation" to make
Is that everything I need? I tried that configuration at home and it
worked, but well I can connect directly too.
I thought that I need a second part on the windows side too, something
like a ssh server. So that I establish the connection between a Linux ssh
client and a Windows ssh server.
I have cygwin and ssh installed, so I could setup something like that.
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