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akgatx
I have a general tech question about port forwarding and masquerading.

Here is my topology.

I have a Red Hat Linux Box 2.2 Kernel (Box A) connected to the internet through a router. I have another box (Box cool.gif that is also accessing the internet through this same router. Box A also has an IPSEC VPN connection to another computer (Box C) through the same router connection. Here is my deilemma. I want to forward X11 from Box C, which is connected via VPN to Box A, to Box B. Basically with what I have right now, I can forward X11 from Box C to Box A, but I don't know what to do to get this to Box B.


Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
hughesjr
sshd_conf and ssh_conf can be setup to forward X11 ...

If you can connect from Box B to Box A via ssh ... then from Box A to Box C (from that session) then you will forward X11 programs from Box C to Box B (via Box a). (Assuming ssh_conf on B and A are set to forward X11 and sshd_conf on A and C are configured to forward X11.
akgatx
Sounds easy enough!! tongue.gif I will give it a try. Thanks alot!!
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