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How to connect to repository through daisy-chained ssh-tunnels

From: Dieter Dorra <carodita_at_web.de>
Date: 2007-05-16 16:27:46 CEST


From my workstation "wrk" I can connect

- to a server where I develop "dev"


- to a server where the repository resides "rep" (repository is accessible via apache, port 8080).

How can I connect on the "dev"-server to the repository on "rep"?????

I have tried a daisy chain of two port forwardings

| dev | *** "http://localhost:7070" DOES NOT show the repository!!!
| ssh -N -R 7070:dev:7070 root@dev
| wrk | "http://localhost:7070" shows the repository!!!
| ssh -N -L 7070:rep:8080 root@rep
| rep | (apache 8080)

..but somehow the connection of the two tunnels does not work.... :-(

Is there any other smart solution? A squid on my workstation?
Thanks for your help!

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