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SSH Tunnel with PuTTY

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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com In this video we use PuTTY from a Windows 7 device to create an SSH tunnel to the CentOS 6.5 server to ensure we have a secure connection to the tigervnc service running on CentOS
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Domnul Stanci (4 days ago)
how i can found my port? fast please
chrisp200 (6 days ago)
Is there any way for a program on the computer you SSH into, to tell that you are running PuTTy or SSHing in?
Lance ESD & LAJM (2 months ago)
How did you create the Linux tunnel?
Dharanesha E (3 months ago)
its not clear on tunneling part.
code caro (4 months ago)
sir i cant connect my putty ?? pls help me connection eror the puty deny my ssh
work well for me. very helpful
Michal Nemecek (1 year ago)
connection failed when opening the tunnel
Tom B (6 months ago)
Did you tell SSH to listen on the port you're trying to connect to? The default port for SSH is 22, so if the SSH server isn't set up to listen for incoming connection requests on a non-standard port, it's dumb as a post.
Michal Nemecek (1 year ago)
figured out why, but now connection refused
TheImgoodman (1 year ago)
Thank you.
Pratham VA (1 year ago)
sir i tried i got Network error: Connection refused in putty
Pratham VA (1 year ago)
how can i resolve this
Jacques Laroche (2 years ago)
I'm just wondering about VNC stating the connection is unencrypted. Is that for real, or is it just saying that because it isn't handling the encryption itself (not knowing the transmission is already being encrypted via the SSH tunnel)?
Jacques Laroche (2 years ago)
Thanks, but I'm not sure what you are trying to say with that link. maybe just tell me?
theurbanpenguin (2 years ago)
+Jacques Laroche https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_Network_Computing#Security
John Dayson (2 years ago)
nice tone for narration . thank you
Steven Doe (2 years ago)
What is the difference between specifying a tunnel port like you did and just opening a ssh by entering a ip address under "session? Thanks.
Billy Martin (2 years ago)
if this does not work on your mac: sys prefs> Sharing> select remote login
Kkm John (2 years ago)
bro i need your help, i tried each possible thing :-( .... 1. I want to use putty to connect Apache Ver. 2.2.19 (UNIX) from my window 2. and I am getting Network error: connection time out please suggest
falkerhard (3 years ago)
You video is amazing. Thank you.
Vazha Gelashvili (3 years ago)
Thank you so much!
Shawn Wilson (3 years ago)
So this allows you to gain access to another computer, correct? What about a mobile phone? Or is there even any way to do that with SHH or another program?
Garry S (3 years ago)
cool ty sir 

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