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So, on your mac: Open Terminal. Run ifconfig in the terminal. That shows you all the network interfaces on the machine. One of them is the network your machine is actively connected to. If you mac is on a wired connection that should be en0. Make a note of the address after inet - that should be the address your machine uses. Let's assume you discover it's Verify that you can connect to that address from your server with nc -v You should see a message like Connection to If that doesn't work, see below.
If it does work, hit ctrl-C to exit the nc session. Now try to connect on your client machine.
Phil Hollenback Phil Hollenback 13k 3 3 gold badges 28 28 silver badges 50 50 bronze badges. I am using mac sierra. I am able to access the server from my mac where the server is running via Web sharing option is not available in sierra. How can we make this work?
Other articles and SO threads provide info on router configuration. Ultimately, I'm in a new location now and have no access to the router, so instead I use OSX High Sierra internet sharing to achieve the same thing. James James 5 5 silver badges 14 14 bronze badges. This answer has some good optimizations over mine regarding finding your hostname and ip address.
I find my hostname is gm But when I try gm The flags you are using should work. The -N makes the ssh non-interactive by not running any command on the remote host and the -f causes the ssh command to run in the background which should allow your script to continue running. I have tested on my local machine and they work as expected.
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Are you sure there is no other error when running hte script? Have no idea why, but what happens is that once executed, the camera no longer streams to its original port and the remote server can also not view at the forwarded port. I just found out that for whatever reason, using the flags above is actually closing the connection. The -fNT options do work in general, I use them every day. I don't know enough about your particular setup to be able to explain why your tunnels might be getting closed after the ssh process backgrounds itself. The debug output you describe does not appear to be an error.
If you want to update your question with the detailed results of your experiment, it would help us come up with better answers. You could perhaps add your debug output to your question not in a comment.
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Maybe ssh isn't even establishing the session? Too many possible things that could be broken, not enough detail to diagnose. You'll likely want to write some logic to go back and close the SSH session when you're done. Following the steps in this tutorial, you will be able to access computers located in your home the internet.
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This would allow you to operate any number of different internet services from computers in your home, such as a web server or VOIP service. This tutorial is intended for people with minimal knowledge of computer networks, firewalls, or routers. You should know how to log into the configuration page of your router with a web browser, and you should also know how to start the linux terminal on your server machines.
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In this tutorial, you will learn:. How to set a specific local network address for your computers using either DHCP reservations at your router or static IP address configured at the computers. How to forward a port from the internet through your master router to a server on your network. How to forward a port from your isolated network through one of the secondary routers to a server on your network. How to use the Linux Uncomplicated Firewall ufw command line interface to open up the required ports on your server.
If you are not an IT pro, or unless you are adventurous and laugh in the face of danger, then you should never operate servers exposed to the internet on the same local area network LAN where you have your personal computers. If you want to operate web servers from your home internet connection, I recommend that you use multiple routers to create a secure setup.
Setting up your home routers to create a secure isolated subnetwork is described in the previous tutorial. If you are using two routers, you can adapt these instructions to your case. If you wish to configure computers to talk to each other across the isolated sub-networks, you will have to configure firewall rules to allow the traffic to pass through the isolating modem. Before you do create firewall rules, it is usually advisable to assign certain computers a fixed address in the local network. It is the easiest way, and is the best solution for computers that will will move around connecting to other local networks.
It is often used for the wired connection of a computer that is always on in the same network. Most routers that do DHCP serving assign addresses in the network will assign an address to a device for a set amount of time before the assigned address needs to be renewed.
In most cases, if the device is still plugged into the network when it comes time to renew its address, it will get the same address again. However, it is usually desirable to have a predictable address for at least some of the computers in your network. Find the page that has the DHCP settings on it. It is usually associated with the Local Network settings. In my networks, I like to reserve the addresses x.
In my networks, I like to reserve addresses x. You can accomplish this by specifying a limit on the number of DHCP addresses to be assigned by the router. In this section, you will be able to reserve a specific IP address for a particular machines in the network. This will force the router to always give this machine the same address from the DHCP address range.
In most cases, you only need to set the last number of the reserved IP address. In this example, GBMacbook has two addresses in the network, the wired address is at The MAC address is a unique identifier for every network interface in the network. If you changed it here, you would also need to change the MAC address of the network interface wired or wireless in matching computer as well.