djm at mindrot
Sep 9, 2011, 3:24 AM
On Fri, 9 Sep 2011, Damien Miller wrote:
Re: Dynamic port remote listener - a BUG?
[In reply to]
> > Hello,
> > Today I tried using "dynamically assigned" port for remote listener, by
> > requesting listener on port 0. This is supposed to create a listener on a
> > port choosen by server. Everything seemed OK (the choosen port was sent back
> > to client), but forwarding was refused. So I checked the source.
> it works for me on both portable and OpenBSD, with -R forwardings on
> the initial ssh commandline or set up using -O forward.
there is a bug in there though - is more than one -R 0:... foward is
created, the later ones will all direct their connections to the
destination specified for the first -R0 forward.
i'll look at it when i have slept...
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