PK_420 Posted January 8, 2016 Share Posted January 8, 2016 (edited) Hello there, I was playing around with my pineapple and managed to set up a reverse ssh with autossh so I can connect to my pineapple through my home server even if the pineapple is on another network, So far much fun, but today I was wondering if it would be possible to tunnel the http traffic from the WebGUI on port 1471 to my server using the same idea...? So far I tried with a similar config to the reverse SSH tunnel in /etc/config/autossh : config autossh option ssh '-i ~/.ssh/id_rsa -N -T -R 420:localhost:22 email@example.com' option gatetime '0' option monitorport '20000' option poll '600' I have been told that I can make multiple tunnels by simply adding more instances of: -R port:hostname:hostport It seems to work for other SSH sessions on other ports, But with my testing I had no luck forwarding http traffic from port 1471 with: -R 1471:localhost:1471 Does anyone has an idea on how this could be done? I must be missing something here, something to install/configure on the home server perhaps..? My goal is simply to be able to manage my pineapple from the GUI and SSH through my home server when I deploy it remotely. Feel free to suggest any other method of achieving the said goal, with persistence of course. Edited January 9, 2016 by PK_420 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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