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This is kinda the nerdy way of remoting a pc on a remote network. Usually a vpn connection would be preffered, but in my case I don’t want to forward the rdp port of security reasons. Lets use my setup as an example: At home I have a server running Debian linux, I also have several windows pc’s ┬áthat I want to be able to use remote desktop to. Since I have already forwarded the ssh port (22) to my Debian server I figured I could use it as a jumpstation. The way I solved this is somewhat similar to the PuTTY proxy trick guide that I posted earlier. Fire up PuTTY, enter the hostname or ip-adress of your remote network. Then navigate to Connection–>SSH–>Tunnels In the Source port field, type 127.0.0.3:3390 and in the Destination field type the internal ip of the pc you want to remote followed by…

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