I'm still trying to understand how tunneling works, but I have some instances on AWS that I enabled SSH tunneling to view some web apps for monitoring applications running on the machine and I'd like to know if I can do my normal work on a tunnel session profile
I already SSH into the machine often to do work, and I created another Putty profile session that's very similar to the original Putty one, but it's for tunnel forwarding. I followed AWS' instructions here and it was pretty straightforward. The difference is the new tunnel one obviously has dynamic profiling enabled. Is it okay if I do all my normal work on this tunnel-enabled session profile? Or should I be separating them out into 1 session for normal work, and another session up for the tunnel forwarding?