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[ale] X through a Masq'ing firewall?



> 
> You'll need to download the binarys and compile them as root on each computer. 
> Then put them in a script file or rc.local so that they load when you boot. 
> You will also have to edit a config file in etc.
> 
> On 18-Nov-97 Robert L Harris wrote:
> >> 
> >> Get ssh and you won't even have to export your display.  Just ssh to the
> >> target
> >> computer and type in an xwindow application command. Oh yes you goto
> >> remember
> >> to do an "xhost +" on the local computer.
> >> On 18-Nov-97 Robert L Harris wrote:
> >> > Ok,
> >> >   I have 2 machines,  dogbert the local machine and moat the firewall.
> >> > My isdn line is hooked up to moat which is hooked up via ethernet to
> >> > dogbert.  Anyway, is there a way to run X from the net to dogbert since
> >> > it's a Masq'ed machine (ip=192.168.0.2) ?
> >> > 
> >> > Robert
> > 
> > 
> > What's involved in setting up ssh daemons and such?  Do I have to have root
> > access on the boxes?
> > 
> > Robert
> > 

I'm pretty sure my ISP won't let me get away with that.  Probably can at
work though.
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