[Wolves] [INFO] How do you ssh around a router?

Andy Smith andy at lug.org.uk
Mon May 7 21:51:51 BST 2007

On Mon, May 07, 2007 at 09:39:35PM +0100, David Morley wrote:
> If the router is and the pc you want to ssh to is
> What is the way the command should be phrased in order to
> ssh into the pc please?

What IP are you SSHing from?  Normally if you are on the same
network as the target then your traffic won't go through a router at

If you mean from outside, we would have to know more about your
network setup.  192.168.*.* addresses are not globally routable so
you would generally need to use NAT to forward a port on your router
to port 22 of for example.


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