Connecting over a mobile network using SSH tunnel

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    cybero
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    Hi guys, I would like to connect over a mobile network.

    My problem is basically the one described here:

    https://forums.nomachine.com/topic/mobile-hotspot-access

    https://forums.nomachine.com/topic/screen-share-host-behind-nat-using-reverse-ssh-tunnel

     

    I’ve been reading that there is a workaround: SSH Tunnel.

    Can you please describe all the steps that I have to follow to connect 2 machines (with Ubuntu), one of them over a mobile network.

    Thanks in advance

    #36170
    kroy
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    Hi.

    You have two Ubuntu: ubuntu-mobile (not available for connections from other network) and ubuntu-home (it’s in local network and it’s available for connections from your mobile phone and over internet). On ubuntu-home needs to be installed ssh server (sudo apt install openssh-server).

    Open terminal on ubuntu-mobile machine and create reverse tunnel:
    ssh -fN -R ubuntu-mobile-IP:14000:localhost:4000 username-ubuntu-home@ubuntu-home-IP
    or
    ssh -fN -R *:14000:localhost:4000 username-ubuntu-home@ubuntu-home-IP

    The first command allows you to connect through SSH tunnel from ubuntu-home machine, the second – form any address on the Internet. To connect open NoMachine Player set as IP ubuntu-home-IP and 14000 as Port (where 14000 is any unused port before ssh tunneling on ubuntu-home machine).

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