[nycbug-talk] Fwd: RE: need help asap, will pay, ms vpn client
Wed Mar 16 18:02:56 EST 2005
On Wed, Mar 16, 2005 at 05:52:32PM -0500, G Rosamond wrote:
>On Mar 16, 2005, at 5:45 PM, George Georgalis wrote:
>>Thanks much to George R's suggestion. Preliminary tests work:
>>port forwarding tcp 137,138,139,445 from gateway box to samba
>>share box, on private lan, works.
>Great to hear. . . cheap and simple VPN over SSH.
who would have thought SMB would work without udp, shew.
>>My preliminary was to do tcp only port forwarding of said ports
>>to a box behind it running samba. The client is not able to
>>"browse" discover the share, but if the (gateway) hostname, user
>>and password (samba host) is specified, the client can mount
>>user homes from the samba server through the firewall via tcp
>>only (the protocol calls for tcp and udp 137,138,139).
>>This means, a roaming windows client can setup (putty) ssh -R
>>tunnels to a remote gateway which allows for smb connections
>>from localhost to the private smbserver. So the roaming client
>>can specify, via "netuse" the gateway as the location of their
>>shares and mount the protected samba share through the encrypted
>How are you doing auth? private/pub keys?
rsa/dsa pubkey to a crippled account on the gateway, which has
port-forwarding done by root. haven't worked out the account
I'm really most worried about the "ssh -R + netuse + map network
drive" commands on MS, because I've not got my head completely
around that only have the sense that it will work.
George Georgalis, systems architect, administrator Linux BSD IXOYE
http://galis.org/george/ cell:646-331-2027 mailto:george at galis.org
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