[Nottingham] Dealing with a router that does not support Port Forwarding

Mike Cardwell nlug at lists.grepular.com
Thu May 7 12:44:11 UTC 2015

* on the Thu, May 07, 2015 at 12:23:01PM +0100, Jason Irwin wrote:

> Can I have the Pi SSH to another machine and, somehow, then access the
> Pi via that other machine?

If you run this from your Pi:

   ssh -R 12345: some.other.host

Then any machine on "some.other.host" will be able to ssh in to your
Pi by doing:

   ssh -p 12345

It is very much worth adding the ssh options -L, -R and -D to your
repertoire if you want to be able to punch holes through firewalls
and NAT.

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