ssh port forwarding with suse 9.0 firewall enabled
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 14:53:22 +0000
I just installed SuSE 9.0 and trying to configure it the way I had 8.2
I basically retrieve and send email by tunneling through ssh like so:
ssh -l myusername -L5110:my.remore.server:110 -L5025:my.remote.server:25
This as you can guess opens local ports 5110 which it tunnels to port
110 on the remote machine and local 5025 which it tunnels to 25 on the
If I turn on the default firewall config via Yast2 the connections take
very long to get establised. (3-4 minutes before I see the POP3 server
If I turn it off then the connections are instant.
This didn't use to happen on 8.2
Does anyone know what the problem might be?
For the firewall config I specify ppp0 as the external interface since
I'm on ADSL and I say that I don't want protection from the internal
any help much appreciated...
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