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Creating a SSH tunnel between OS X and FreeNAS

September 2nd, 2008

Jeff's blog has a great post on how to create sudo-VPN called an “SSH tunnel.” An SSH tunnel is a secure, encrypted connection between the remote computer and the file server for a specific port. Each service running on the server uses different ports, thus it is necessary to create numerous tunnels – once for each service you which to access remotely.

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  1. Alexandre
    August 15th, 2009 at 13:54 | #1

    This link are broke. I’m starting now in freeNAS and I need to know how I create a vpn in freeNAS.
    Thanks if you can help, and sorry for my english!

    Ale

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