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Re: [SLE] Updating Website
- From: noc@xxxxxxxxxx (NOC - Kulish)
- Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2000 17:36:54 -0500
- Message-id: <00062017394103.13818@c155329-b>
I think I like this idea the best out of all the replies I received on this
subject. Thanks to everyone that repllied!!
Now, for my next (SOL) question. Has anyone ever used pscp (Putty scopy)
successfully under windows? I cant seem to get the syntax down. If someone
could send an example, that would be great!! If you feel that this is getting
too far from SuSE, let me know, but if you have a suggestion, dont hesitate to
email me privately!
On Tue, 20 Jun 2000, Rocky McGaugh wrote:
> On Mon, 19 Jun 2000, NOC - Kulish wrote:
> > I have recently switched to an apache / SuSE setup for my webserver and I am
> > looking for some ideas on how to update it remotely.
> > I have my internal network protected with an LRP box so configuration on the
> > router / firewall is very limited. I wish to do this as securely as possible.
> > I do have the sshd setup on the router so I can SSH into that and then telnet
> > to any internal boxes, one of which is the webserver (I didnt have room to
> > install the ssh client on router).
> > I will be updating it from either Windows or other Linux boxes.
> > Anyone have any thoughts on the best way to address this?
> > Thanks!
> > CK
> I'd use scp, the secured copy program that comes with ssh.
> you mention that you dont have ssh on your router, and this is not a
> problem. you can use IP port forwarding to make a direct ssh forward
> to your internal boxes. i usually setup the port forward on an
> obscure port, like 15432. then when i try to ssh to that port on the
> firewall, it gets forwarded to the internal box, but is transparent.
> "ssh -l rocky -p 15432 firewall.mycompany.com"
> openssh, pine, aterm: these are the things i cant live without...:)
> Rocky McGaugh
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