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comment reverse ssh tunnel over stunnel (or just reverse back down the stunnel connection)
Peter, turned out it was my ssh command, but thank you for all the new tools you put in your answer, they have my gears turning for other projects.
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comment reverse ssh tunnel over stunnel (or just reverse back down the stunnel connection)
Andrew, you were absolutely right. Thank you for your answer. May there be many a free lunch and nere a flat tire for all your days.
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comment reverse ssh tunnel over stunnel (or just reverse back down the stunnel connection)
Andrew, thanks for that explanation. I get lost every time on the ssh reverse tunnel commands. The problem over stunnel is that when I go to authenticate, the weird loop I end up creating tries to auth the local box, and I can't figure out how to do that otherwise. I'll attempt your solution this evening and report back. Thank you!
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comment reverse ssh tunnel over stunnel (or just reverse back down the stunnel connection)
awesome advice, thanks. I'll take a look at those and attempt implementation. Have you seen ftp.stunnel.org/stunnel/tappipe ? Supposedly it allows you to connect two subnets over stunnel (stunnel's FAQ page recommends). Not sure if this would be a viable solution.
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revised reverse ssh tunnel over stunnel (or just reverse back down the stunnel connection)
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comment Can I create SSH to tunnel HTTP through server like it was proxy?
The command as written didn't work for me. I had to replace the remote host with the loopback like this: ssh -L 80:127.0.0.1:80 user@myserver
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