Ewwww ! First, you may want to read Olaf Titz's piece about doing tunneling
over TCP (on his homepage somewhere). CIPE uses UDP packets to communicate
and, to do what you need, would have to be tunneled again by something else
I presume that you don't have personal control over the firewall situation
and you can't get those responsible to allow a forwarded UDP port for CIPE
Damion K. Wilson
On Saturday, December 30, 2000 at 14:54:10 [AST] "Erdely, Michael" wrote:
> This is probably a silly request, but is it possible to create a Cipe
> connection through an SSH tunnel?
> Below is a terrible "drawing":
> Remote PC ----->Internet---->Firewall---->SSH Server---->Cipe Server
> So, the "Remote PC" is running Windows 2000 Pro. It creates an SSH
> connection to the "SSH Server" which is allowed through a port
> in the "Firewall". Is it possible, then, for the "Remote PC", using port
> forwarding in SSH, to create a Cipe connection with the "Cipe Server",
> running Windows 2000 Pro?
> Thank you,
> Mike Erdely
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