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  1. #1

    traffic form the interface route back to the same interface


    Hello
    i want to use my home router as ssh proxy.
    So i create an ssh tunnel from the outside to my router an now i want it goes back to the same interface.
    So i can surf internet from the notebook through the tunnel
    Router has openwrt image, and single WAN connection

    Who can help me, how to do that?

  2. #2
    Well. The first thing is does the router have the right software to support what you want.

    Is it "homemade"? Did you create it from a PC or did you buy it from a shop? If the latter, I doubt it has the ability to do what you want.

  3. #3
    I have TP-Link router with openwrt image v5
    So i think it should be linux capability.

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  5. #4
    Quite likely but can you get a shell on it? These things generally have a web interface so what options do you get on that?

  6. #5
    Another approach would be to have a "server" on one of the boxes behind the router. Enable to relevant port with the firewall on the router and off you go.

  7. #6
    i have and GUI and CLI on my router.

    I cannot use additional server(

  8. #7
    Have you seen this? Tunnelling over SSH proxy

    Try googaling "create an ssh proxy"

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