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Subject: Re: [libssh2] #157: Port Forwarding

Re: [libssh2] #157: Port Forwarding

From: libssh2 Trac <trac_at_libssh2.stuge.se>
Date: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 11:28:28 -0000

#157: Port Forwarding
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Reporter: flxkid | Owner:
    Type: enhancement | Status: closed
Priority: normal | Component: examples
 Version: 1.2.3 | Resolution: fixed
Keywords: | Blockedby:
   Patch: 0 | Blocking:
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Changes (by stuge):

 * cc: peter@… (added)
  * resolution: => fixed
  * status: new => closed
  * component: => examples
  * version: => 1.2.3

Comment:

 Remember that this is a issue tracker and not a support forum - it's best
 to use the mailing list for discussion. Thanks!

 Yes, the application side of forwarded-tcpip and direct-tcpip channels is
 handled completely within the application. It can do whatever it wants.

 Have a look at examples/direct_tcpip.c for a demonstration of how direct-
 tcpip channels can be used to implement local port forwarding.

 Feel free to send me that bounty kthx. :)

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