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Re: Tunneling

You need to bind the local port yourself, and send the data into libssh.

On Nov 27, 2013 6:41 AM, "Joao Pedro Almeida Pereira" <
joao.almeida@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello,
> I am trying to develop a tunnel system using libssh but from what i could
> find in the tutorials i am not sure that i can do it with libssh.
> What i need is a tunnel to reach an SSH server, basically what i need is
> ssh -T -N -L 9999:HostB:22 user@HostA
> My machine ====> HostA ====> HostB
> And then connect to HostB SSH server using the local port.
> From what i saw in the tutor's i can do this but after receiving the
> channel i would need to perform the authentication by hand and not use the
> libssh to do the connection to that server.
> So basically what i want to know is if libssh is able to bind a local port
> in order to be able to use libssh to handle the following connection
> BR
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> João Pereira
> Email: joao.almeida@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Web: http://www.bluetc.es

Re: TunnelingJoao Pedro Almeida Pereira <joao.almeida@xxxxxxxxxxx>
TunnelingJoao Pedro Almeida Pereira <joao.almeida@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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