how would I tunnell usinsg open ssh

From: Ralph Blach (
Date: 04/20/04

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    Ok I have a son in boarding school. He has a redhat 9.0 base system and
    can ssh to my home system.

    he is behind a filre wall and and so am I. I have my router set up to
    forward to all ssh request to my server machine.

    What I would like is to create a separate IP which are on the same
    network so that we could use speak freely.

    Is this possible using ssh and sshd?

    if so , how would I do it.


    Ralph "Chip" Blach
    Raleigh, North Carolina
    919 543 1207 

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