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answered (ssh tunnel?) Access remote server with private IP through a *DIFFERENT* server with public IP
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comment (ssh tunnel?) Access remote server with private IP through a *DIFFERENT* server with public IP
I accept your answer, as it is valid for the question I originely asked. thanks.
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comment (ssh tunnel?) Access remote server with private IP through a *DIFFERENT* server with public IP
Yes, but I have to specify the proxy in all applications. I'd like to create an alias in /etc/hosts and get all traffic to this host fowarded through ssh tunnel.
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comment (ssh tunnel?) Access remote server with private IP through a *DIFFERENT* server with public IP
Thanks, the command ssh -L 18080:private.remoteserver:8080 -f -N user@remoteserver allows to me to curl on port 18080, but do is there a way to avoid to run 1 command like this (or 1 proxy per service) for each port I want to access on private.remoteserver?
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comment How do you find what process is holding a file open in Windows?
@RichVel : thanks for pointing that out!
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comment How do you find what process is holding a file open in Windows?
Wow, very good point Mark!
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