Tunneling Gateway

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Hi Folks,

I hope anybody can shed some light on me:

I would like to use a Linux PC with OpennSSH and an activated tunneling
(SSH1 or 2) of some protocols like RDP or ICA as a "Tunnel Gateway" for
other Workstations in the local network.

The Linux Workstation will automaticaly initialize the SSH Connect and
the local forwarded Tunnels. Other Workstations in the network should be
able to use their RDP or ICA Clients to connect to the tunnel through
the Linux machine. I've tried to connect to the Linux machine using a
RDP Client but it won't work :-(

What the heck is to do for get this plan to work?
Is there anybody out there who has allready solved this problem?

Thanks in advance for all hints.

regards, Thomas

Re: Tunneling Gateway

Hi Folks,

allready got the solution - here it is:

ssh -g      #Allows remote hosts to connect to local forwarded ports.

Works fine now.


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