Open ssh tunnel in ssh tunnel

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ToldaCZ
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Open ssh tunnel in ssh tunnel

Hello

I use tunnel for ssh connectivity.
Internet(port 22) - > Jump Server (tunnel 22)-> server on local lan(22). It works fine.

I need connect to server in local lan on port e.g. 80 (port is running on different VLANs). Is it possible to add additional tunneling on that serveru? I use putty and I add ports manually. It is not so comfort because I have hundreds of ports ...

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ToldaCZ

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Re: Open ssh tunnel in ssh tunnel

If I understand correctly, you want WinSCP to forward port (80) in addition to SSH port (22). WinSCP does not support this.

We will see, if more people ask for it.

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Re: Open ssh tunnel in ssh tunnel

martin wrote:

If I understand correctly, you want WinSCP to forward port (80) in addition to SSH port (22). WinSCP does not support this.

We will see, if more people ask for it.

Hello,

I tried to explain with attached picture and Putty. I need add part 2. tunnel http server. Is it clear now?

It will be very helpful to implement check for already used ports across all stored configurations...

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Re: Open ssh tunnel in ssh tunnel

OK, I understand now.

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martin wrote:

OK, I understand now.

How can I make the topic more visible for other users? :-)

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Re: Open ssh tunnel in ssh tunnel

ToldaCZ wrote:


I use tunnel for ssh connectivity.
Internet(port 22) - > Jump Server (tunnel 22)-> server on local lan(22). It works fine.

+1 I use a lot connecting to other serves from a Jump server (aka with tunnels). I suggest to increase the usability of these connections.

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