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I need to connect to my Linux Server located on a private network (IP: 192.168.0.2) using SSH via Windows 2000 Server (Internal IP: 192.168.0.1 /Dynamic IP bound to a domain)
I am able to connect from any node on a local area network but not from the internet.
I have enabled Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) on Win2K for IP: 192.168.0.2 using port 22 but that does not seem to work.
you are going to need to set things up to forward port 22 from the ICS box to the linux server. I am not sure you can do this with ICS, I have never really paid any attention to how ICS works or even what the interface looks like.