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9.5.2 Port forwarding – per il tunneling SMTP/POP3

Per stabilire una pipe per connettere la porta 25 del server-remoto dalla porta 4025 del localhost, e la porta 110 del server-remoto dalla porta 4110 del localhost attraverso ssh, eseguite sulla macchina locale:

     # ssh -q -L 4025:server-remoto:25 4110:server-remoto:110 \
                [email protected]

E' un modo sicuro di eseguire connessioni a server SMTP/POP3 su Internet. impostate la voce AllowTcpForwarding a yes in /etc/ssh/sshd_config sull'host remoto.


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