making FreeBSD phone home via SSH
edlinuxguru at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 11:40:25 PDT 2008
I believe the stunnel application is made to manager and restart
tunnels like this. However stunnel is a wrapper application around
reverse ssh tunnels, which someone has already mentioned.
You may want to run your ssh server on tcp https 443. Because some
firewalls will block outgoing things. SSH server on 443 looks like a
secured web site to almost all packet inspecting engines.
On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 1:49 PM, Paul A. Procacci
<pprocacci at datapipe.com> wrote:
> Elliot Finley wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I have an interesting project. I have several FreeBSD servers that I
> > will be deploying to remote locations. They will be sitting behind a
> > NAT. I would like them to make a SSH connection to a local server
> > sitting on a public IP. I need them connected in a way that will give
> > me remote shell access.
> > Has anyone done this before? I'd rather not re-invent the wheel.
> > TIA for any pointers.
> > Elliot
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> I've been using vtund for just that. Simple, easy, effective....just
> another option of course.
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