hello chris !
why don't you setup ssh tunnels over your main ssh connection ?
tunnel is easy, it just needs 1 opened port (the ssh one), then you
can forward and backward ports, even on the fly !!
look : if i'm away from home, and want to stream my mt-daapd to
office, i'll issue a command like this :
ssh -l root -L 10000:127.0.0.1:3689 domain.or.ipaddress.com -p 443
substitute "domain.or.ipaddress.com" with a valid domain/ip address
and note the "-p" option that tells to use 443 instead of 22 (this is
optional but works great trough proxies !!)
to change ssh port look "sshd_config" in ~/.ssh/
if you use a client like putty, look in options you will find "SSH-
>Tunnels" and there you can setup multiple tunnel forwardings
hope it helps
Massimiliano Fantuzzi -- http://www.fantuz.net
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, "Gerald L. Clark"
> christopher_m_hecht wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > Here is my dilemna, I have a Unslung 5.5 running MT-DAAP, and a
> > Netgear WGT624. I've set it up in my network with a few
> > 1) My Slug is obtaining a NAT address from my WGT. In this
> > my Roku, on the same subnet, can pick up the Slug and read the
> > library. This is great for home use, but unfortunately, I cannot
> > access the Slug from the internet.
> > 2) I give my Slug a hardcoded IP address (I have three of them,
> > other's are being used for other things), and connect it to my
> > router directly, this is great, and now I can shell in from my
> > office, and stream my music no problem there, but unfortunately,
> > since my Roku is on my wireless subnet, it can't see my Slug, and
> > then my Roku is a paperweight.
> > 3) The Panacea I'm not sure I can achieve. I'd like to have my
> > static IP'ed slug on the same subnet as DHCP'ed Roku. I've been
> > by netgear this isn't feasible, as they will only route their NAT
> > addresses and I can't have a external IP behind their router.
> > So, is three possible, are there wireless routers that will let
> > assign a static, external and routable IP address as an option?
> > Does anyone have any other options or recommendations as to how
> > make this fly, if I have to buy some more hardware, toss out the
> > etc, I'll be open to it. I just want to get this all up and
> > and meet the goal of streaming internally, and streaming at work!
> > Looking forward to any advice.
> > Take care all,
> > Chris
> Use port forwarding on on your router to forward ports 22 and 80 to