Is Tunneling possible with Zeroshell’s SSH?

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    Is Tunneling possible with Zeroshell’s embedded SSH Server?

    I am unsuccessful in getting it to work

    #47247

    imported_fulvio
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    Please, post further details about what would you like to obtain.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #47248

    I do not like the fact that the Server and User Certificate are accessible via the Web Interface without being required to login.
    I would like to simply access the network resources from another computer without having to install OpenVPN and without having to Forward Ports on the Server

    I do not always have my work computer with me and do not like to install applications onto other peoples computers.

    Putty can double as a secondary VPN through its tunneling feature.

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    imported_fulvio
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    To use OpenVPN as VPN concentrator you do not require to use the X.509 certificates. The authentication can be based only on username and password (Kerberos/Radius).
    In any case, Zeroshell does not support SSH tunneling.

    Regards
    Fulvio

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