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Re: Setting up Linksys WRT54GL for Remote Server



Les Mikesell wrote:
Jim wrote:

Map port 8122 on the external IP to be routed to the first box's port 22 Map port 8222 on the external IP to be routed to the second box's port 22

When you want to log into the boxes remotely, specify the port as part
of the command:

ssh -p 8222 example.com
ssh -p 8122 Yo.ur.IP.Address

or

scp -P 8122 yourfile example.com:

Note that Secure Copy (scp) uses capital -P while Secure Shell (ssh)
uses lowercase. Trips me up all the time.

I'm using NX for my remote connections on both ends.
How would I do this using NX ?

Click the 'configure' button and type in the 'Port' value next to the Host where it current has 22.

So I think what your saying is, in the WRT54GL (Server) , "port forwarding",
map 8122 to 22 to 192.168.1.253
map 8222 to 22 to  192.168.1.254
That's on the Server side.

But on the client side in NX for each user on server, how do you treat that in NX ?

I tryed to map 8222 to 22 on Port Forwarding in WRT54GL, but it switches the ports around after "saving settings", to 22 in first box 'to' 8222 in second box.

What am I doing wrong ?

If you can't get it to map different port numbers, you can make sshd listen on a different port - see /etc/ssh/sshd_config.

This is the section for port assignment in /etc/sshd_config, what should be changed ?

#Port 22
#Protocol 2,1
Protocol 2
#AddressFamily any
#ListenAddress 0.0.0.0
#ListenAddress ::


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