How to add port forwards during active ssh session

From: Lars Wuerfel (
Date: 05/23/04

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    I have read in various places, including the manpage, that it is
    possible to add a port forward for an active ssh session.
    (That means I log into the remote system, and now I want to
    forward a local port to this remote system without logging out
    and logging in again)

    Could someone please give me a hint *how* to do this?


    Lars A. Wuerfel

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