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FTP over SSH (not SFTP?) when files are on third server not SSH server

The "conventional" solution for that is to use an FTP client that has SOCKS 5 support and rather than forwarding specific ports over ssh, configure dynamic port forwarding (the ssh client ...
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FTP over SSH (not SFTP?) when files are on third server not SSH server

You can use SSH as a SOCKS proxy. The SSH client on A will work as a SOCKS5 server, tunneling all connection requests to B. You'll need a SOCKSified FTP client on A. How you activate the SOCKS proxy ...
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Lost connection to MySQL server at 'waiting for initial communication packet', system error: 2

In my case the problem was caused by the SSH server not allowing TCP forwarding (I tried to connect to a remote MySQL server over SSH). I did this on the remote server to solve: On the remove server: ...
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OpenSSH on Windows always binds sockets used for Remote Forwarding to LOOPBACK

You're missing the optional bind_address part of the -R specification. In the ssh documentation (as linked by Microsoft) it writes, By default, TCP listening sockets on the server will be bound to ...
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Using internet on remote server via SSH tunnel

why don't you want to use the method you described for other servers + jump host? ssh -J user@jumphost -R 3128:localhost:3128 user@rhel here is an example https://dev.to/claudiohigashi/ssh-tunneling-...
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Can I assign port 113 to other service, e.g., like a SSH server, without harming other services?

As commented, 113 port is for identd and is not used widely recently. Even if it's possible that you can listen that port without problem, ISP or firewall manager may aware of unusual traffic. For ...
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