How do I create an SSH tunnel from work to home?

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question of sneffy80 : How do I create an SSH tunnel from work to home ?
I use Linux on my home box. I want to go home from work, then have SSH SSH server at home as they look on my Windows machine. I can RDP from work to my house in a nice secure tunnel. How do I do that Best Answer:

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reply txengineer762
Use Microsoft 2003 Small Business Server PPTP function. It is under the network wizard, I think. Open the ports 1723 and protocol 67 (GRE) in your firewall and you can now Windows client SSL tunnel of XP Pro. As far as Linux goes I do not think there is an easy way to get it from Windows client on Linux. TX

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How do I create an SSH tunnel from work to home?

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question of sneffy80 : How do I create an SSH tunnel from work to home ?
I use Linux on my home box. I want to go home from work, then have SSH SSH server at home as they look on my Windows machine. I can RDP from work to my house in a nice secure tunnel. How do I do that Best Answer:

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reply txengineer762
Use Microsoft 2003 Small Business Server PPTP function. It is under the network wizard, I think. Open the ports 1723 and protocol 67 (GRE) in your firewall and you can now Windows client SSL tunnel of XP Pro. As far as Linux goes I do not think there is an easy way to get it from Windows client on Linux. TX

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