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Instead of using ifconfig for IP assignment you could stick to use of ip from iproute2 package. Its manual describes this quite clearly: man ip-address: "… peer ADDRESS the address of the remote endpoint for pointopoint interfaces. Again, the ADDRESS may be followed by a slash and a decimal number, encoding the network prefix length. If a peer address is ...


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Finally I was able to do it by creating an new tunnel from the 2nd server. For reference the commands were: [Server_C]% ssh -R 9999:Server_D:80 Server_B [Server_B]% ssh -R 80:localhost:9999 Server_A


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