I have a pair of MS SQL 2008 clustered using MSCS servers
at datacenter A & another pair at a remote datacenter M.
For illustration purpose, let's call the
- SQL cluster IP addr at DC A, a.b.c.d (not the MSCS cluster IP but SQL IP)
- SQL DTC IP addr at DC A, e.f.g.h (used by MS DTC)
- SQL cluster IP addr at DC M, m.n.p.q (not the MSCS cluster IP but SQL IP)
- SQL DTC IP addrat DC M, r.s.t.u
Firewall rules for ssh is permitted for Tcp22 in both directions.
I have an ssh server (WinSSHD) running/listening at m.n.p.q & r.s.t.u.
If I have putty ssh client at a.b.c.d & e.f.g.h, how can I build an ssh
tunnel from a.b.c.d to m.n.p.q and from e.f.g.h to r.s.t.u ?
Reason for building this tunnel is I have an urgent need to have
Tcp135 & a couple other Tcp ports to be transported over but it
takes 2 weeks for new firewall requests to be approved+implemented.
Note that all IP addresses above are virtual IP addresses on the
MS SQL 2008 servers