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SSL, SSH, or HTTP socket connection to PORTS

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The marketing literature for the TS16 indicated support for SSH which is why we purchased it. I have installed an SSH key and locked down the security level. That works fine for controlling access to the console of the terminal server but I can find nothing in the user's guide for how you then use SSH to establish connections to the ports on the terminal server. I tried port forwarding from the terminal server to localhost using "SSH -L 10000:localhost:2101 username@digibox" but that didn't seem to work.

Suggestions, instructions, or examples of establishing a secure connection to the *ports* by any means would be greatly appreciated.

I would be just as happy opening SSL or HTTPS socket connections to the ports. If that is supported, how do we dump out the server certificate (or install one) from the terminal server?
asked Apr 1, 2005 in Realport by ametzger New to the Community (0 points)

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You will need to use the 2500 socket to ssh to individual ports:

ssh user@IP -p 2501
answered May 12, 2005 by userid0 Veteran of the Digi Community (2,158 points)