RE: ssh from nt? - Port forwarding
I tried a little while back to forward VNC connections through an SSH tunnel
(by telling SSH to listen for connections on local port *X1* and forward
them to foreign port *Y3* -- and then VNC-ing to *X1*). However, I got an
error from Teraterm Pro (with TSSH ext.), along the lines of "application
tried to connect to forwarded port", and then it terminates. Does anyone
have any experience with this?
Andrew McRobert LLB B.Sc(Comp. Sci)
IT Liaison Officer, School of Law
Perth, Western Australia
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From: waldner@KPNQwest.at [mailto:waldner@KPNQwest.at]
Sent: Sunday, September 03, 2000 9:46 AM
To: William Jensen; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: ssh from nt?
>There are three that I know of:
(to complete the list)
* F-secure SSH
>Note, however, that TeraTerm and PuTTY will only work with SSH v1; if you
>need SSH v2 your only choice (that I know of) is SecureCRT.
f-secure does ssh2 also, but if I had the choice, I=B4d go for teraterm,
much easier to configure, use and *free*.
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