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Hello ! At my home I have a Linux Ubuntu server (Command line only offcourse). Now, i'm here at my work, 100km away from the server. I can control my ...
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    Default Gateway; Configuration


    Hello !

    At my home I have a Linux Ubuntu server (Command line only offcourse).
    Now, i'm here at my work, 100km away from the server.
    I can control my server with SSH, but now I need to port forward a port at my router at home.

    At home I can go with my laptop to 192.168.1.1, and go to port forwarding.
    But I am not at home =D.

    Is it possible to port forward some ports, via ssh with my Linux Server?

    Thx!

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    Your router can be accessed by a web browser. There are
    text based, command line browsers. If one is not already
    installed, you may be able to do it remotely. The only question
    remaining is whether the router will respect the command line
    web browser.

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    Thank you very much !
    I've googled it , and I've found Lynx. Gonna try it right away!

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    Got a better result with links2 , but yeah .. seems like my gateway site won't accept that text based browser =D . Don't see any menu or so (Think that is not possible) , and I don't know the direct link to my page .. Maye I can look it up !


    >> Can anyone provide me with the Port forwarding link of the Admin page ?
    (something like 192.168.1.1/portforward.asp )

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    Found it ! But yeah , my router admin page doesn't really work on that browser :P.

    Thx anyway!
    Last edited by Fck_; 12-14-2010 at 03:24 PM.

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