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Using SSH Tunneling to access website behind firewall [closed]

I hope someone can point out what I'm doing wrong. I've drawn the following picture to illustrate what I'm trying to do. Basically, I'm trying to access a website that is hosted on a server that is ...
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1answer
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SSH: Tunnel multiple ports to remote server

See attached diagram. Host A - Windows server Host B - Linux server Host C - VMWare ESXi server From host A I can SSH to host B over the VPN tunnel. I can ping host C from host B, but not from ...
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Tunnel Ethernet Packets over SSH

I have two machines. My laptop and a machine in the local intranet. This machine has next to the network device (for the intranet) a second network card. I want to send raw ethernet frames out of this ...
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Should I use openVPN or something Else?

I'm in charge of setting up a "walled network" set of servers for a group of employees, but I have no clue where to start. Posted below are the initial requirements, my line of thoughts, and my ...
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Windows Jump Host

A Jump Host is a special purpose computer on a network typically used to manage devices in a separate DMZ. So, I'm looking for the proper way to implement this for a target running on Windows. I was ...
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95 views

Redirecting SSH through a machine

I'm looking for the simplest way to SSH from my local machine to a remote server through a server in the middle. If there's a permanent way to do this even better.
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1answer
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DNS Tunneling Explanation [closed]

I was reading http://dnstunnel.de/ which made a lot of sense until the Technical Setup part. Mind you, I'm a programmer so I'm not easily confused by things, but I was not sure about this part. What ...
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Dual SSH connection to Linux Desktop RDP

How can I explain this.... I have a remote ubuntu linux system that has it's desktop shared at a third party site. This system has a dynamic ip address, so I have setup a reverse ssh tunnel across ...
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Keeping an SSH Tunnel open, and running a remote command

A computer behind a firewall (at a remote location) connects to my server to open a tunnel... the intention is that from the server I can connect to the computer over SSH. The computer makes the ...
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Encrypting traffic on remote end of SSH tunnel

Using an example of someone connecting to a VPS, an SSH tunnel will encrypt any traffic coming from the user to the VPS. Once it reaches the VPS network, the traffic is not encrypted and is easily ...
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747 views

Transparently proxying HTTP to a SOCKS server that is provided by SSH on an Ubuntu box in pfSense

I'm trying to transparently proxy HTTP requests in a LAN that is served by a pfSense router over SSH. So far, I've tried setting up an Ubuntu box outside that network and forwarding everything going ...
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2answers
455 views

Best method for secure WiFi use in open setting?

I would like to use the most efficient and safest method of securing my wireless traffic in an "open" setting such as free WiFi in a coffee shop. What's more efficient and more secure: a SOCKS proxy ...
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Kill an SSH tunnel after X minutes even if it's still being used?

I'm setting up some background SSH tunnel for some backup procedures. However I'm worried the ssh process just sitting around. At the end of my script I kill the PID, but what if something happens to ...
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Forward port to another Ip/port

I recently found out that my ISP disables port 135. I have a server and personal computer behind my router. A friend and I are working on a programming project and are running into some sql issues ...