[stunnel-users] Use stunnel through firewall for home Web server?
tshaw at oitc.com
Fri Jan 23 20:52:54 CET 2009
At 7:46 PM +0100 1/23/09, Bill Eldridge wrote:
>Michael Renner wrote:
>>On Friday 23 January 2009, Bill Eldridge wrote:
>>>I was interested in whether there's a simple
>>>way to have stunnel redirect traffic from a public Web browser/port
>>>to my home Web browser behind my DSL firewall
>>>(no ports opened/forwarded for incoming connections on the router,
>>it is not clear to what you want to do. From a public web browser
>>to your home
>>Can you clarify your setup?
>As an example if I run Apache on my home machine, I'd like it to
>start the tunnel when
>I turn it on, have it automatically set up stunnel to a Linux box I
>have on the public net,
>and have anything to port 8090 on the Linux box get passed to my
>home machine 8080.
Easier to use ssh to port forward in this instance, IMHO. But why?
Seems like just port mapping on the NAT router would work just as
well and with no different effect on security.
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