[CentOS] openssh port forward in centos 4

Johnny Hughes mailing-lists at hughesjr.com
Sun Nov 6 18:41:10 UTC 2005

On Sun, 2005-11-06 at 13:06 -0500, Erick Perez wrote:
> Hi, I use putty in my windows xp machine. ssh server in a centos 4.
> The centos 4 machine runs a web server that listens on port 1812, the
> centos machine is behind a firewall that allows tcp 22 connections
> only. I am on public internet.
> Can I forward/redirect/allow my web browser in windows to "see" the
> web page in port 1812 of the centos machine via the SSH connection?

I don't think you can use port 22 for ssh ... AND ... also forward it to
port 1812.

You could forward connections from one port of a firewall to a different
port inside, if you want to do that.

You could use freenx/nx server on the CentOS-4 machine (and use the
NoMachine Windows Client) ... connect to it via ssh ... and open a
desktop on the centos-4 machine.  Then from that desktop, you could do
whatever you wanted.
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