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There’s lots of articles on SSH tunneling, and plenty that cover how to create a tunnel with PuTTY, so why write another one? Because I spent longer than I should have trying to get this working the other day, and failing due to a simple order of operations issue. So I decided to spell it out step-by-step, for people like me who need that extra little bit of help.

Before that, I was opening putty session to gateway, then opening a second putty session to load the tunnel session – that didn’t work. Using the same putty session to open a gateway session and define the ssh tunnel, as described in your article, did work. After the download is finished, start PuTTY and enter the server you want to connect to like this: Hostname you want to connect to Navigate to Connection –> SSH –> Tunnels and enter the port 19999 in the Source port field (19999 is just an suggestion and can be almost everything starting from 1024 to 49151 (so called “user ports”)).

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Step 1 – Load the Gateway

First, if you have not already done so, create and save the SSH gateway server as you would any other. Next, select it from the Saved Sessions list and click ‘Load’ as shown below:

Step 2 – Configure the Tunnel

In the left-hand side nav tree, click Connection > SSH > Tunnels. Enter the port that you want to connect to locally under “Source port”. Then supply the destination address (the server that is available from your SSH gateway, but not from your local machine) as “Destination” as shown in the following image:

Step 3 – Open the Tunnel

Click “Add”, which will set the configuration as shown:

Then click “Open” to connect to your gateway. Login as usual. Now, as long as you leave that SSH terminal window open, all traffic to the Source Port on your localhost will be forwarded on to the Destination. If the destination port provides a web service, you can open a browser tab and visit http://127.0.0.1:8080 in this example, and you should see the service from the Destination server.

What Are SSH Clients for Windows, Mac, and Unix

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  • PuTTY is a free open-source terminal emulator which lets you initiate interactive command-line sessions to UITS Unix servers. It can act as a client for the SSH, Telnet, rlogin, and raw TCP computing protocols and as a serial console client. Version 0.63
  • WinSCP is a free open-source SFTP and FTP client for Windows. Its main function is to secure file transfer between a local and a remote computer. Beyond this, WinSCP offers scripting and basic file manager functionality. Version 5.5.5
  • Tera Term Pro is a free open-source, software implemented, terminal emulator program. Tera Term Pro with its SSH extension (TTSSH) is one of the recommended UNIX terminal applications available for Windows users. This telnet client provides VT100 emulation, selected VT200/300 emulation, TEK4010 emulation and Kermit, XMODEM, ZMODEM, B-PLUS and Quick-VAN file transfer protocols. It emulates different types of computer terminals, from DEC VT100 to DEC VT382. Version 4.84
  • Cyberduck is a libre server and cloud storage browser for Mac and Windows with support for FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, OpenStack Swift, Backblaze B2, Microsoft Azure & OneDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox.
  • Open SSH for Unix

Why Use SSH Clients

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SSH uses encryption to prevent eavesdroppers from reading information, such as your password, from the network. All SSH-type software allows for secure communication, replacing the vulnerable utilities like telnet, rlogin, ftp and rcp.

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