dtucker at zip
Jun 12, 2009, 12:17 AM
Post #1 of 1
Adriana Rodean wrote:
Re: Restrict port forwarding on server
> Is there a way to restrict port forwarding on the server?
> I want only port 8080 on the server to be available to clients.
> Example when i give this command clients should be able to connect:
> ssh -L 30300:localhost:8080 ....
> When i give this for example clients should not be able to connect:
> ssh -L 30300:localhost:4040 ....
> I tried this option in config file of server:
> PermitOpen localhost:8080
> but even with it i could still connect to 4040 for example
That should work.
Which config file did you change? It should go in sshd_config and you
need to restart sshd when you change that file.
Darren Tucker (dtucker at zip.com.au)
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