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Ssh tunneling

I want to perform ssh tunnelling for which I have been using PuTTy. Config is as follows:

Host IP:
Code:
172.XX.XX.111

Port:
Code:
22

Tunnel setting source port:
Code:
19005

Destination:
Code:
172.XX.XX.40:1521

After entering my user ID and password, I am able to see in my command prompt that
Code:
127.0.0.1:19005

is listening.

Now I want to use the ssh command for tunnelling.

This is what I have done so far:

Using PuTTy to connect to server:
Host IP:
Code:
172.XX.XX.111

Port:
Code:
22

After entering my user ID and password, I run the command:

Code:
ssh -L19005:172.XX.XX.40:1521 172.XX.XX.111

It then asks for my password. After I provide it, I check the command prompt, but now there is no configuration
Code:
127.0.0.1:19005

present in the "Listening" state.

Where am I going wrong?
# 2  
Hey

What do you trying to achieve anyway?
You will get a tunnel to the server and it will listen for your traffic from the computer, but you need to use it somehow Smilie

Here is the article about SSH tunneling and example how to use it, take a look.
 

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