Yes, I found out I didn't need any software to do port-forwarding (which is
what I meant). I could do it from the command line with ssh.
But about TerraTerm pro, I have the ssh plugin for it but I'm having a
terrible time getting it to let me ssh into my solaris box.
Anybody know of some very detailed instructions I could get, got a headache
> >I'm looking for a nice (at least fairly intuitive) Secure Tunneling
> >program for Linux
> >Something like Fsecure or SecureCRT
> >Any suggestions?
> Do you mean you want to connect *to* a linux box, or *from* a linux box?
> Using ssh, or ssl? I don't know the difference technically between secure
> tunneling and connecting securely in general, but I *think* that ssh is
> a tunnel, and ssl is.
> If you want to connect from windows, I like TeraTerm Pro. There are ssh
> and ssl patches for it.
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