Topic "Tunnel and "Open in Putty""

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Eugen

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Hey,

First thanks for the great Plug-in!

Found a bug, but I don't really know, if its a bug of plug-in or winscp code.

If you set up a session using a tunneled connection, connect to a host that is not directly reachable from your network and then select "Open in Putty", putty will try to connect directly and of course fail...

Why not simply pass local host and local port of the tunnel created by the plug-in to putty if connected trough tunnel?

Greats
Eugen
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martin
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What version of the plugin are you using? I believe this has been fixed already.
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prikryl wrote:
What version of the plugin are you using? I believe this has been fixed already.
Sorry, forgotten to mention:

FAR manager 2.0.1420 x86
winscp Plug-in 1.6.2
Eugen

Guest


hm.. there seems to be another bug(?):
If IPv4 is forced (Connection tab), it seems to have no effect on tunnel connection.

Configuration:
My local server is listenning on 0.0.0.0 (all IPv4 interfaces?).
If I give "localhost" as tunnel host, the tunnel connection can not be established (Network error: Connection refused.), but if I give "127.0.0.1" then it works fine.

Using:
FAR 2.0.1420 x86
winscp 1.6.2
Windows 7 (uses IPv6 for local connections by default)

Greats
Eugen
martin
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Thanks. I'll check it.
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