Advanced SSH configuration and tunneling: We don't need no stinking VPN software

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Nov 28, 2007 7:46 AM EDT
Red Hat Magazine; By Noah Gift
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In a recent Red Hat Magazine article, Paul Frields gave some examples of how SSH port forwarding can be used to remotely gain access to resources, or ports, from a remote location. This article will show a pragmatic implementation of SSH port forwarding by demonstrating how to use configuration files and conditional statements to create permanent, yet dynamic, SSH configurations for your home, office, and any virtual machines you may have on your systems.

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