I'm not a server admin, but because of some Facebook Connect programming I'm doing, I need a public facing URL on port 80 to forward to my local development environment. So I have a Centos based web server, and I've stopped the httpd (and nginx) services, but when I try to SSH tunnel from port 80 it doesn't work. It works on any other port from what I can tell.
Here's basically the command I'm running:
ssh -v -p 22 -nNT4 -R *:80:localhost:3000 username@http://myurl.com
Is port 80 tied up somehow on the server? Do I have to release it or something? I looked around and saw that it might be related to the GatewayPorts setting in my sshd_config - that's set to "Yes" at the moment.
Thanks in advance for any advice!