In message <_A3104@delegate-en.ML_> on 01/16/06(02:29:39)
you Peter Wimmer <email@example.com> wrote:
|i have a problem. I'm trying delegate for some days now and I can't make
|a connection from windows to linux with delegate over a ssh-tunnel.
|My problem is: on the linux system i need delegate as a http-proxy. The
|only connection to the linux box i can establish from windows is over a
|ssh. For the ssh-connection i use putty.
|I tried the following (all files are in c:\delegate):
| c:\delegate\dg8_11_5.exe -P8888 TUNNEL=tty7:tunnel.shio
|ADMIN=test@test..de DATAPATH="C:\delegate" LIBPATH="C:\delegate"
Maybe you are trying the tunneling I wrote in
It does not work on Windows because it is implemented using fork()
system call which is not available on Windows.
Instead, you will be able to use the tunnel established by SSH itself,
as I referred in the page
D G Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
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On 01/24/01(16:07) you email@example.com (Yutaka Sato) wrote
|I think "SSHway" specialized for DeleGate is not so necessary
|because there are other ways to utilize SSH with DeleGate.
|First, so called "port forwarding" of SSH can be used to relay
|the communication between two DeleGates, like follows:
| [hostD] [hostL] [hostR] [hostG]
| clients --- DeleGate --- ssh ============= sshd --- DeleGate --- servers
| hostG% delegated -P8888 RELIABLE=hostR
| hostL% ssh -L8000:hostG:8888 hostR
| hostD% delegated -P8021 MASTER=hostL:8000 SERVER=ftp
| hostD% delegated -P8023 MASTER=hostL:8000 SERVER=telent
| hostD% delegated -P8080 MASTER=hostL:8000 SERVER=http
| hostD% ...
|It is likely that hostD is the same with hostL, and hostR is the
|same with hostG.