RE: Question on how to set up client browser -> DMZ machine -> po rt f orwarded to port 80 on LAN machine?
From: Ball, Duncan (email@example.com)
From: "Ball, Duncan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: "'Sriram S. - CTD, Chennai.'" <email@example.com>, "Martinez, Michael - CSREES/ISTM" <MMARTINEZ@intranet.reeusda.gov>, firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2003 17:58:54 +1000
How are you expecting the sshd to establish authentication? sshd doesn't
talk HTML/HTTP. Surely what you're looking for is a proxy/cache like squid
to perform authentication?
Adelaide, Saaarf Australia
From: Sriram S. - CTD, Chennai. [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, 31 March 2003 11:17 PM
To: Martinez, Michael - CSREES/ISTM; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: Question on how to set up client browser -> DMZ machine ->
po rt f orwarded to port 80 on LAN machine?
You could just edit the /etc/services file of your remote server machine and
change the port number for sshd to 80 (comment the existing service name for
port 80) and restart the sshd daemon and try it out. Could help you out
From: Martinez, Michael - CSREES/ISTM
Sent: Friday, March 28, 2003 7:40 PM
Subject: Question on how to set up client browser -> DMZ machine -> port
f orwarded to port 80 on LAN machine?
Question on how to set up the following:
I want to be able to have someone on the Internet point their browser to
port 80 on my Linux box that sits in the DMZ. This Linux box does not run a
web server. But I want sshd to listen to port 80 ... Authenticate the user
.... And then once the user is authenticated, set up connection from the
client browser to a web server behind the firewall.
How to achieve this?
Quick responses please.