Service forwarding from local to www

Discussion in 'Technical' started by nagiii, Dec 2, 2013.

  1. nagiii

    nagiii New Member


    I don't know a fitting title that explains the problem i have.

    I will explain:
    There is a Windows Remote Terminal Server in a Network I have access to a Ubuntu machine.
    Then I have a debian server reachable over the internet.

    the ubuntu machine has access to the local machines and to the internet

    so, can anyone tell me what i have to do that i am able to reach the terminal server (port 3389) on an local IP over the ubuntu machine over my debian server from everywhere over the internet?

    i think something with an ssh tunnel or proxy(with putty then)?

    edit: i am not able to reach the ubuntu from outside but i am pretty sure with an ssh tunnel this will work but i don't understand the exact function of this at the moment. and yes sry maybe my english is not the best one..


    regards, nagiii
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2013
  2. Quaxth

    Quaxth Member

    It would be quite easy if your WAN has an Static or Public IP! You still would need the access credentials for the server, which shouldn't be a problem if you're the administrator of that server. Just type the Static IP in browser with the required Port like: 123.456.789.001:3389 (if SSL is installed you'll need to use https://[IP:Port]) and you should be able to access that server.

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