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Reverse SSH Tunneling - is another way of connecting to your Corporate network or controlling your remote computer which sits behind a NAT and a firewall. The problem with NAT is, that you can’t directly connect to the computers that are outside the NAT. Computers behind a NAT can only recieve packets that they request. For this reason we need to create a reverse SSH tunnel to establish a connection. This is much more stable than the regular IPSEC VPN.
A guide about the creation and the use of reverse SSH tunnels
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