Re: Is Putty a full replacement of the command line (openssh) client ?
From: Wolfman's Brother (my.address_at_is.chris.at.lowth.dot.com)
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 12:43:43 GMT
Peter Meister wrote:
> I wonder wether the well known Putty software is a full replacement for the Openssh client
> (=command line ssh.exe)?
> In other words can I setup port redirections/tunneling for other software (e.g. MailClient)
> with the help of Putty as well or is Putty only a telnet client for an SSH server?
> If it works as a full SSH client: Is there somewhere a good tutorial on how to set it up
> for a port redirection?
Yes - it does tunneling.
Not sure about a tutorial, but the config dialogue isnt hard to use.
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