anonymous ssh forwarding
James Bowman Sineath, III
sineathj1 at citadel.edu
Sat Aug 27 01:10:16 GMT 2005
I would highly discourage you from doing this, especially without the
permission of your company. Just make sure that your admin knows that you
are doing this and make sure that your BSD box at home is properly secured.
Keep in mind that if your system at home is compromised then your system at
work is open to attack.
Anyhow, couldn't you just ssh into your box at home and then ssh to the
system at work from there? I think this would be an easier and safer
solution than creating a tunnel.
Class of 2006, the Citadel
sineathj1 at citadel.edu - bow.sineath at gmail.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Toomas Laasik" <toomas008 at hot.ee>
To: <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2005 5:35 PM
Subject: anonymous ssh forwarding
I have the following situation. Our company has a ssh server where users can
connect from only specified static ip addresses. Like I have at home an ip
address 126.96.36.199 and ssh server accepts connections only from it.
Now I wan't to get access to that ssh server from places where I don't have
I already have at home a freebsd server running with simple configutation.
Is it possible to make some kind of tunnel or something so I could connect
to my home freebsd machine that connects to ssh server so that ssh server
'thinks' that I'm connecting from home?
Thank you in advance.
Sorry for bad English
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