[LUNI] backwards scp
vnavrat at math.luc.edu
Sun Nov 25 21:03:05 CST 2001
For more ssh fun, use the -X option to tunnel xwindows apps from your home
machine to work and vice versa. Bye bye network bandwidth!
The -X option takes care of exporting DISPLAY to point to your IP address
If you want to tunnel traffic through port 53 (DNS)to get around firewalls
that only allow DNS traffic, you can do this by tunneling things in ssh2
channels. ssh2 supports 64 channels so you can set up 64 different port
forwarding tunnels to go through the same ssh connection. The tedious part
is that you need to explicitly set up a tunnel for each service you want,
i.e. one for http, one for https, one for ftp, etc.
On 22 Nov 2001, Sten wrote:
> Date: 22 Nov 2001 11:44:17 -0600
> From: Sten <sten at narnia.net>
> Reply-To: luni at luni.org
> To: luni at luni.org
> Subject: Re: [LUNI] backwards scp
> Actually, yeah, that would be infintely useful. I've been playing with
> ssh-ppp but never gotten it to do anything useful.
> On Thu, 2001-11-22 at 00:46, David Rock wrote:
> > On Thu, Nov 22, 2001 at 12:22:18AM -0600, Sten wrote:
> > > On Wed, 2001-11-21 at 23:36, David Rock wrote:
> > >
> > > > If you are ssh'd into your home machine, why don't you just use a
> > > > second terminal to scp?
> > > Cuz that's obvious ;-)
> > Good, I thought I was reading too much into it ;-)
> > BTW, If you would like an example of how to build an ssh tunnel from
> > your work machine to your home machine FROM home, I've done that, too.
> > --
> > David Rock
> > rockdw at email.com
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