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Old 10-05-2005, 11:31 PM   #1
xilace
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Tunneling all traffic to relay server


I am trying to take a windows machine that is inside a network that restircts many ports (college) and tunnel it to a machine that i have at home that will then proxy/relay it.

The school has such ports open as 80/443, 20-22. I am trying to do this so i can run apps that require other ports.

Problem is i dont know how to do this but know it can be done. Any idea's on this?
 
Old 10-06-2005, 04:13 PM   #2
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well there are many ways to achieve something of what you want. My way would actually be to use puTTY to create an ssh tunnel from the windows machine into your remote system. the puTTY docs for this functionality are very good, and i don't think there's much point me replicating it here. if you do have outbound port 22 access then it's config free on the server side. I personally have to run an ssh server against a totally different port number as that's all i can get out on, e.g. 443.

please remember though, firewalling is done for a good reason. don't go getting in to trouble and harming anyone.
 
  


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