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PuTTY SSH Windows

April 20, 2017 – 11:06

Every once in a while I hear of windows users trying to find a good SSH client for Windows to connect to their Linux boxes. For the longest time, a couple of the more popular choices have been Cygwin and Putty....

PuTTY SSH SOCKS proxy

April 20, 2017 – 11:07

Hi, 1. Work out how to connect to your server. You’ll need Putty (available at ) – from the Session screen, put in your hostname, most likely port 22 for SSH, make sure SSH is selected as the connection type...

PuTTY SSH proxy

April 20, 2017 – 11:06

This tutorial is aimed at Windows users and focuses on PuTTY as our SSH client of choice. Are you stuck behind a firewall or looking to add some privacy to your browsing? Whenever I’m off my own network I fire...

PuTTY SSH tunnel RDP

April 20, 2017 – 11:06

Lets assume the following:Linux Server - gate.college-server.com:22 (SSH listens on port 22)Internal Server - internal.college-server.com:3389 (RDP listens on port 3389)RDP connection will be on localhost:3399 (should...

PuTTY SSH tunnel

April 20, 2017 – 11:06

There’s lots of articles on SSH tunneling, and plenty that cover how to create a tunnel with PuTTY, so why write another one? Because I spent longer than I should have trying to get this working the other day,...

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