Difference between revisions of "Tunnelling UDP Traffic Through An SSH Connection"

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This section describes how to use '''NST''' to tunnel a '''UDP''' traffic conversation through a '''SSH''' connection. For our example we will tunnel [http://ipmitool.sourceforge.net/ IPMITOOL] traffic ('''UDP''' Port: 623) through  a '''SSH''' connection to a '''Sun Fire X4200''' server. Three systems are involved, 2 '''NST''' probes and the '''x4200''' server.
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This section describes how to use '''NST''' to tunnel a '''UDP''' traffic conversation through a '''SSH''' connection. For our example we will tunnel [http://ipmitool.sourceforge.net/ IPMItool] traffic ('''UDP''' Port: 623) through  an '''SSH''' connection to a '''Sun Fire X4200''' server. Three systems are involved, 2 '''NST''' probes and the '''x4200''' server.

Revision as of 10:52, 22 March 2007

This section describes how to use NST to tunnel a UDP traffic conversation through a SSH connection. For our example we will tunnel IPMItool traffic (UDP Port: 623) through an SSH connection to a Sun Fire X4200 server. Three systems are involved, 2 NST probes and the x4200 server.