SSH tunnel for remote access to GSI Windows devices

How to log in to GSI from outside on a Windows computer without a Terminal Server?

Requirements:

  1. the user must be a member of the local group of remote users
  2. the user must have a valid Linux account for the central Linux environment ("lx-pool.gsi.de")

SSH connection via Putty (PuTTY is available in the Software Center)

After installation, start PuTTY and configure it as follows:
(for your information:
 Port 3000 is enabled for the connection on the machine outside GSI
 port 3389 is the port for remote access to the machine within the GSI network)

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From the 2nd call, the saved configuration (here GSI) can be loaded and opened (OPEN) via LOAD.

Login on a Linux machine:

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Build a remote connection to the above mentioned computer via

localhost:3000

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Additional resources can also be used for the connection, e.g. several screens.

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Please accept the following security warning about a certificate as an exception.

Then log on to the device with your Windows access data.

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and there you are on the machine!

If you have any further questions or remarks, please contact windows-service.


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