hornetmadness at gmail.com
Thu Jul 21 08:08:36 GMT 2005
On 7/21/05, C Burchell <cburchell at kumacomm.com> wrote:
> I would like to use a FreeBSD 5.3 RELEASE machine to perform data tunnelling
> from a remote location. If anyone on the list is famliiar with
> secure-tunnel.com - I'm trying to create something similar.
> I have a FreeBSD server colocated in a remote facility, and I'd like to be
> able to pipe all traffic from a local PC to that server so that traffic
> appears to 'originates' from the collocated server.
> Is this possible? Any guidance would be appreciated.
> I am using FreeBSD 5.3_RELEASE and VanDyke SecureCRT on the client.
If you want to originate ALL traffic from the remote facility, then a
VPN would be the best option. If you just want certain traffic like
www, then ssh tunnels would be best of course you prolly will have to
set a proxy. I have a friend that uses SecureCRT, never much cared for
it since putty is (IMHO is better) free.
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