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port forwarding questions

From: Ross Boylan <ross_at_biostat.ucsf.edu>
Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 13:20:48 -0700

My subversion server is running under Apache, and I have clients from
several machines connecting to it simultaneously via ssh.

Currently I have Apache listen on multiple ports, and each client
accesses the server through a different port. Is that necessary?

I did this partly because forward only maps (from the client) do not
seem reliable. That is, in addition to saying that client port 8000
should tunnel to port 80 on the server, I seem to need to say that
remote port 80 needs to be forwarded to local 8000. In my ssh config
file on the client that means I give the server options
        LocalForward 8000 localhost:80
        RemoteForward 8000 localhost:80

Is there a simpler way?

Ross Boylan


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