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Scp,sftp through a tunnel
Learn how to copy files through a tunnel using scp or sftp
Copying files to a remote system over scp or sftp requires an SSH server running on the remote side. On almost all Linux systems SSH is installed and active.
Create a tunnel for SSH access to the remote server. The tunnel will end on a random port on your rport server. Remember the port number.
Get the port number of the tunnel
To copy a file to the remote system over the tunnel via scp use
scp -P <PORT> <LOCAL-FILE> <USER>@<RPORT-SERVER>:<DESTINATION>
Doing the same over rsync
- Open the site manager of Filezilla.
- Create a new site using the "SFTP- SSH File Transfer Protocol.
- Enter the name of the rport server as "Host".
- Enter the port of the tunnel as port for the Filezilla connection
Use Filezilla for file transfers over a tunnel