Re: How can I access my home linux machine which is connected through Router
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 20:46:47 GMT
On 28 Jun 2004 13:35:31 -0700, Santa wrote:
> How can I access my home linux machine which is connected through
> Router?. All of my machines at home connected via netgear router, I
> need to access some files from Linux box from work?. How can I do
Off the top of my head, you have to
set your router to forward port 22 through to you linux box.
enable/start the sshd daemon/service,
allow port 22 through your linux firewall,
add your work ip to /etc/hosts.allow example: sshd : LOCAL, work_ip_here
service xinetd reload to load hosts.allow
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