Tunneling

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Tunneling

I have network setup were I should login to first ssh server and from it to log to second ssh server.
i tried to use the tunneing feature for doing it using winSCP ,with no success.
How can I do it?

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Re: Tunneling

inbox2 wrote:

I have network setup were I should login to first ssh server and from it to log to second ssh server.
i tried to use the tunneing feature for doing it using winSCP ,with no success.
How can I do it?

This worked for me for WinSCP in version 4.0 Beta:
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/ui_login_tunnel

However, CTRL-P to start Putty doesn't work for me.

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Re: Tunneling

inbox2 wrote:

I have network setup were I should login to first ssh server and from it to log to second ssh server.
i tried to use the tunneing feature for doing it using winSCP ,with no success.
How can I do it?
What's the problem?
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The scenario is:
1 - from PC I open ftp connection (port 21) to server1
2 - from server1 I open sftp connection (port 22) to server2
3- pass file from server2 to server1
4- pass file from sever1 to PC

It looks like using the tunneling feature I can pass the file from server2 to PC.

but the tunneling in in port 6000-6100 in in my scenarion the tunneling is via ssh / ftp ports that are not in this range

can it be solved?

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inbox2 wrote:

The scenario is:
1 - from PC I open ftp connection (port 21) to server1
2 - from server1 I open sftp connection (port 22) to server2
3- pass file from server2 to server1
4- pass file from sever1 to PC

It looks like using the tunneling feature I can pass the file from server2 to PC.

but the tunneling in in port 6000-6100 in in my scenarion the tunneling is via ssh / ftp ports that are not in this range
Please read documentation to learn how tunneling in WinSCP works. WinSCP does not support what you ask for.
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