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SSH Tunnelling is one of the most useful things you can setup for securely and discreetly accessing your home network. Anything you see below should only be done for your own private educational purposes or for small exceptions when you need to get something done that is in line with your job and do not want to wait on another to process your exception request. The idea behind SSH Tunneling is, you have a SSH server that you can access, and from a SSH client, you can connect to this SSH server and tunnel traffic through your SSH connection to it. You then bounce from the server to connect to most everything else the server can ...
You will want to have at least basic to moderate knowledge of how Remote Desktop (RDP) works and also basic networking knowledge, the rest we will cover in the recipe. This exact walk through will work on a local network, read the Notes section at the end for connecting remotely over the internet (more advanced). Required Software/Tools: Copssh - OpenSSH / SSH (free, get here ) Works w/32bit and 64bit Windows Putty client (free, get here ) Windows XP Prof, Vista Home Premium/Ultimate, Win7 Home Premium/Prof/Ultimate ( not all versions of XP, Vista, Win7 allow remote desktop connections ) ... Read More
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- specialKevin I am noticing that all the SSH clients for windows have shitty UIs. What windows ssh client do people use besides putty and secureCRT?
- coskan finally got my local admin right and freed from putty. it is definitely not my type. will install ubuntu vm and run gnome terminator for ssh
- intel352 Key-Based SSH Logins With PuTTY | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials http://bit.ly/cLkzc3
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