Dear friends I have 2 server behind the netgear router on my network . win2k3 and CentOS development server, I have port forarded 80 to win2k3 server which i can access over the interne... [by linux1880]
on 08/01/2009 – Made popular on 08/01/2009
I currently replaced my old Belkin router with a Netgear Prosafe VPN Firewall FVS318v3. I have it also hooked up to a 24 port switch. I am running a file server on my network. Before I replaced it, everything was working. I was able to SSH into my server from an external network as well as use the web to access my files from apache2. I have SSH and Apache2 running.
My ISP has blocked port 80, and I'm trying to figure out alternate ways for people to connect to my site. I've setup my webserver so it listens to port 8080, and have it forward all requests to my router from that port to my server.
I have a server loaded with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. I have been using SSH within my network to use the server. Now I want to communicate via SSH to the server so I can access the server while I'm in class or bored while away from home. I have SSH configured to listen to 1234 port(example, not really), not 22. I then have the router port forwarding port 1234 to the ip address of the server.
I think what I am trying to do is called SSH Tunneling. I am a bit confused if this is actually what I want to do. I want to setup a tunnel on port 1234 on Server A. Server A forwards all connections through port 1234 to Server B on port 5678. Is this possible to do with SSH?