angelosarto "at" gmail.com
Mon Oct 18 17:14:00 2004
That is a pretty good description thanks for the bookmark. I use
OpenSSH for windows which wraps the Cgywin and ssh stuff all together
in a nice little windows installer
Using this (which is the same as following those instructions:)
I have this setup
PC2 --- firewall2 (not mine) --------| |---------PC3
PC1 --- firewall1 (not mine) ---- Internet --- firewall3 (mine) ---
PC4 (ssh server)
Using some batch files and ssh clients I can control anyone of the 4
computers from any of the other 4 computers all tunneled via SSH.
On Mon, 18 Oct 2004 10:38:49 +0200, Jvrn Nettingsmeier
<pol-admin "at" uni-duisburg.de> wrote:
> Angelo Sarto wrote:
> > The other option that I use is SSH
> > SSH allows you to tunnel any port over a secure connection. It also
> > can allow in some circumstances to run the SSH server on any computer
> > and tunnel traffic through it.
> > However, SSH is also a dificult beast to tame.
> not at all. here is a nice howto:
> the author uses tightvnc, but it does not make a difference really. the
> ssh part is the same.
> if you know how to do it, the entire setup (vnc + cygwin-openssh) takes
> less than 5 minutes.
> Jvrn Nettingsmeier, EDV-Administrator
> Institut f|r Politikwissenschaft
> Universitdt Duisburg-Essen, Standort Duisburg
> Mail: pol-admin "at" uni-duisburg.de, Telefon: 0203/379-2736