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HTTP and HTTPS tunnel over ssh for being accessible on my localhost?

Posted on 2012-04-05
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Hello Experts,

I've got the following topology:


PC----> Gateway (SSH Server)------->iLO (HTTP and HTTPS)

I'd like to be able to access iLO's address on my PC on localhost:80

Of course, Gateway can access iLO on both ports (HTTP and HTTPS)

Thanks a lot!
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Ashok Dewan earned 500 total points
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You can use PUTTY as client to connect gateway(SSH server) then use your firefox and set the socks proxy server settings from advaced tab > network. then surf securly.
If you want then check this pretty tutorial.
1. http://oldsite.precedence.co.uk/nc/putty.html
2. http://jstrassburg.blogspot.in/2006/01/howto-tunneling-http-over-ssh-with-dd.html
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In this case, what ports will be the source/destination ports to fill in putty?
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by:Ashok Dewan
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source would be 3000 or you can use any but destination would be 22. Because by default ssh server runs on port 22.
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