Use port forwarding on the first connection. For example...

ssh -D 1088 -p 443 -L 8888:ipofremoteorttoforwardto username@remoteip

After that, making a connection to 127.0.0.1:8888 goes to the remote ip
and port specified with the -L.


On Wed, 2008-01-30 at 07:25 -0800, daa imissdaa wrote:
> Hi everyone, I am new here and I am very new to be
> working with SSH
>
> Problem:
> I need to establish a session within a session.
>
> The first connection goes to a remote box. The second
> connection goes to that same box but within the
> previously established shell and from there to another
> machine in another location, I am tunneling SOCKS5
> programs through the second session.
>
>
> How I did it before:
> Until now, I have used Putty twice (on windows XP) to
> do that but since I switched over to Linux Ubuntu, I
> am using the pure command line.
>
>
> So far, I have been able to establish the first
> session by doing:
> ssh -D 1088 -p 443 username@remoteboxIP
>
> Previously on XP, I would now open the second putty
> session configured as follows:
> Under Session: IP_of_second_remote_box |
> Port 443 | SSH
> Under: Connection--Proxy: SOCKS 5 | Proxy Hostname:
> 127.0.0.1 | Port 8888
>
> Can you point out what the equivalent command line
> input would have to be ?
>
> Thanks for the help )
>
> PS: sorry if this question is too trivial
>
>
>
>
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