configure ssh-tunnel on jump server or bastion host

how to configure ssh-tunnel on ezeelogin  jump server or bastion host

  SSH tunneling  (also called port forwarding) feature allow you to forward port through the jump server securely.

 

1. Login to your jump server or bastion host  shell

 

2. Select the linux server on jump server interface

   

 

 3. Press the '[' to start setting up the ssh tunnel

   

 

      Enter the  Input listening port & Input forwarding port

      Input listening port     :  The port on jump server which you need to access .

      Input forwarding port :  The port you need to forward from the selected server.

         

 you  can stop forwarding by pressing any key in jump server shell

 

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