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Re: [Lynx-dev] ot: slightly web host ideas?

From: Karen Lewellen
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] ot: slightly web host ideas?
Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2018 15:51:40 -0400 (EDT)

the sshdos client  I have does not have a -l option.
 i. do. not. have. Linux. on. my. desktop!

On Wed, 22 Aug 2018, Tim Chase wrote:

Since you can successfully SSH into your shellworld account, you
might use it as a relay to your work machine using the "-L" option to
SSH.  If you're trying to SSH into address@hidden:22 and can't, but
can reach address@hidden:2222, you might do something like

 $ ssh -p2222 -L address@hidden

in one window/session and then

 $ ssh -p 2345 address@hidden

This should allow SSH to relay your local port 2345 through your machine.  I do something similar for some work
remote-desktop requirements and it's worked fairly well for me.


On 2018-08-22 00:00, Karen Lewellen wrote:
Hi Chime,

I am not interested in reaching our dreamhost shell from within
shellworld itself...can already do that actually.
Instead for professional reasons I must reach our office shell  the
same way i reach shellworld from my desktop proper using my desktop
ssh telnet client.
The port 443 test I just conducted from my desktop  resulted in a
remote host  time out.  Which I guess is at least different from
the dh key exchange failures I get normally.

On Tue, 21 Aug 2018, Chime Hart wrote:

Well Karen, an only thing I can say, in a directory here on
Shellworld, you probably have some files in dot ssh where
specific hosts and ssh kees would be located. As an example, in
my case I have a config with an option so an ssh session will not
time out. And lastly, I am almost thinking others were suggesting
you try-and-connect to Dream Host on port 443 Chime

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