ssh tunnel putty
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 29, 2012
in putty i can make ssh tunnel but what i have to put on the remote port?!
How do i make a VNC connection via. a Putty SSH Tunnel to CentOS?
location: linux.com - date: December 12, 2012
I'm trying to create a VNC connection from a Windows 7 client to a CentOS 5.x
The connection is closed immediately when i create the connection.
I have followed these instructions.
In the Puty configutration i have tried with source 5801, target url:5801
and source 5901, target url:5901
Connection directly to the server works but then the connection is not secure. But it proves that there is no firewall or other network issues.
TightVNC quits with "Connection has been gracefully closed"
RealVNC says "The connection closed unexpectedly"
Do i need to install the TightVNC server in order to use the TightVNC client?
Ubuntu for Using SSH Tunnel with PuTTY
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 21, 2010
I would like to have a linux server for Using SSH Tunnel with PuTTY ! May i can use ubuntu desktop edition for this ? or it is bether to use server edition ?
SSH tunnel using PuTTy Samba
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 25, 2005
I know this falls more to the windows side, but can any one help? I did the following: Create a putty session, specify the local port as 139, specify the destination as 127.0.0.1:139, stopped file and printer sharing (to clear port 139 on windows box) and connected. The tunnel seem te be ok, but when i connect to \\myserver\myfolder it says i don't have the right permissions to do so. I blocked port 139 on my server for testing purposes. When i unblock it, it works like a bom, but that is not the point.
Any help please??
SSH TUNNEL PROBLEM(putty to OpenSSH)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 26, 2006
I try to establish the most simple ssh tunnel:
I have a box running Fedora Core with a SSH server on it. The box is firewalled and permits access only on port 22. I want the users to access FTP service or VNC or whatever using ssh tunneling (I can`t open any more than port 22...security reasons...). I use WINXP with PUTTY to access the server.
The problem is that no traffic is forwarded in the tunnel. Whatever port I try to forward....putty ignores it. I don`t understand why?
This is configuration for sshd:
and I use dsa key.
I use Source Port: 5901; Destination: localhost:5901 - ex for VNC. The check boxes : local and Auto are enabled; and X dipls
How to create SSH tunnel using PuTTY in Windows?
- date: March 20, 2015
I need to create SSH tunnel with PuTTY in Windows, that would do the same as this command in Linux:
ssh -fN -L 2000:SomeIp:2000 [email protected]
I tried many options in PuTTY, including setting source port in GUI to "2000" and destination to "SomeIp:2000". Destination is set to local (as the -L switch suggests).
I successfully login to my SSH box but port forward is not made.
Is this even possible in Windows, so that all the connections made by programs that use this port (2000) will go through this tunnel?
how to replicate putty ssh tunnel settings with pure command line commands?
- date: July 15, 2014
After a day of searching I am unable to replicate the feature with command line for ssh tunnel and reverse tunnel.
reverse ssh tunnel configuration
normal ssh tunnel configuration
with the UI settings above I am able to get it working with instruction on the web!
currently I am trying to do
device 1 connect to (ssh server) and passes its port 80 to port 9191 onto the server then the server relays the port 9191 to device #3.
(device #1 reverse tunnel port 9191 to server device #2) <--> (server device #2 receives port 80 and use it as port 9191 which will relay to device #3) <--> (device #3 with normal tunnel to get port 9191 from device #1 with device #2 being the middle man)
I am able to use the putty user interface to click do get it working, but I am unable to replicate a working situation with command line. ssh command line examples out there do not seem to work.
on reverse tunnel device
ssh -R 9191:localhost:80 [email protected]
on the normal tunnel dev
SSH Tunnel with Putty
- date: May 11, 2015
I'm doing this ssh connection on a Debian virtual machine:
ssh [email protected]
-p 2201 -L 8006:10.1.6.160:8006 -L 5900:10.1.6.160:5900
Then I can access to https://localhost:8006/
What I want is do the same thing with Putty.
I tried with Forwared ports "L5900 10.1.6.160:5900" and "L8006 10.1.6.160:8006" and then connecting to [email protected]
but when I try to do https://localhost:8006 I get ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED.
I also tried to do the ssh connection on my VM and then https virtual_machine_ip:8006 but I get ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED too. That's why I want to start my ssh connection directly on my host
How to Create SSH tunnel to do port forwarding with putty to a remote MySQLdb w/o server setup?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 6, 2014
I want to SSH connect to a REMOTE MySQL db by pointing to, say, the LOCAL 3306 port; so far, I was able to do so by:
Installing/setting up FreeSSHd in the remote server (Windows 7).
Create an SSH tunnel and do port forwarding using putty.exe in the local
machine (Windows 8.1)
I followed the instructions of these two articles here (in spanish, sorry :/ ):
FreeSSHd on the server
I've heard somewhere that if the remote server is running on Linux the step 1 is not always required. Do you guys know if there's a way/weird-trick to skip step 1 (setting up anything on the remote server, rather than installing MySQL Server)?
Ubuntu 12.10 LAMP Server SSH Tunnel Fugu Upload Denied
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 9, 2013
Hey everyone, completely new but learning. What I have done:
Using Mac OSx
Installed Ubuntu 12.10 on a VMware VM. Network setting Bridge (autodetect)
Installed LAMP using the following tutorial with minor modifications to get it up and running:
If important I will spell out what I did that was different from the tutorial in order to get the phpmyadmin to work.
The server works from what I can tell.
I installed an SSH program in Ubuntu using the following command, to allow for and SSH client to interact with the server, at least that's what I'm assuming it does.
"sudo apt-get install ssh"
I can log into the server through terminal using "ssh <username>@<serverIP>" and entering my PW.
Using Fugu I can connect to the server through a SFTP connection, but when I select a PHP test script to upload it says I do not have the permissions.
When I try to connect us
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