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[SLUG] Does X forwarding in SSH work through NAT?
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- Subject: [SLUG] Does X forwarding in SSH work through NAT?
- From: Rodos <rodos@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri Oct 6 11:06:42 2000
I am trying to forward and X session from a remote machine over ssh onto a
local machine. The machine with the X Server sends trafic via another
machie which does masquerading. When I start the client on the remote
machine the ssh (TTSSH) says "Remote X application sent incorrect
authentication data. Its X session is being cancelled".
A diagram might help.
Remote Masquerading Local
Server ------- Server ------- Server
I am running SSH from the local server to the remote server and running an
XTerm on the remote server to the local server.
Any ideas or should I just given up now. I might try running ssh on the
masquerading server and setting the DISPLAY on its session to that of the
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