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OpenSSH Router Firewalls going now

snatchitup (466222) writes | more than 11 years ago

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Now I'm even more stoked. As reported before, I've gotten OpenSSH up and running on my Linux boxen. However, I recently purchases a Wireless router.

Well, now, I've got port forwarding going so you login in to the Router's IP address with Putty, and the router forwards you to the main Linux box.

Just try and hack my site. I dare you.

Now I'm even more stoked. As reported before, I've gotten OpenSSH up and running on my Linux boxen. However, I recently purchases a Wireless router.

Well, now, I've got port forwarding going so you login in to the Router's IP address with Putty, and the router forwards you to the main Linux box.

Just try and hack my site. I dare you.

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