Reverse SSH tunnel
Does anyone know if it is possible to make the remote port in a reverse SSH tunnel listen on the regular network interface of the SSH server, and not just the loopback adapter on the remote system? The client is putty on a Windows machine, server is Ubuntu based (but can go with another OS if needed).
I basically need a system located on the same network as the SSH server to connect to a TCP port on the system that's running the SSH client. No matter what I do, I can only get it to listen on localhost. Thanks!