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I have two computers C1 and C2 behind a router (using one ISP). I have set the router to forward port 22 to C1. In ssh, I can mount various ...
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    remote scp from computers in network


    I have two computers C1 and C2 behind a router (using one ISP).
    I have set the router to forward port 22 to C1.
    In ssh, I can mount various peripherals and copy files from them using scp (name@/mnt/...)
    I now want to access files from C2. Is there a way to "mount" that computer on my file system? It is a win/Linux dual boot
    Currently, I remotely ssh into C1 and copy from C2 to C1. Then I log out of ssh and scp files from C1 to where I am; however this is very inefficient.

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    A NFS share is one possibility. You could mount the share to C1 so that when you ssh to it (C1) the needed files on C2 are available without an extra step.

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    Thanks.
    That and samba should cover it.

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