secure ftp and ssh ?
From: charly <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 15:17:01 +0200
There is something I do not understand :
I remotely connect to my machine through ssh : ok.
sftp-server is launched with the sshd daemon : ok.
When I log to this server and get files, they are not put on the machine
I am currently logging from.
How can I achieve this please ? I am using putty for win32.
I understand the theory : pass an ftp connection trough a ssh tunnel but
how do I make it work ?
If i am correct, I do not have to configure my router since I've already
mapped the 22 port to my machine ?
many thx in advance !
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