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Discuss [1.1.4 - 2.0][Guide] SSH or WinSCP without wifi (via USB cable) at the Free Toolchain Software (Cydia App's) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by zidane47us Hi alk, Is it possible to utilize this method for Jaadu ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zidane47us View Post
    Hi alk,
    Is it possible to utilize this method for Jaadu vnc?
    TIA!
    For remote access from iphone to XP/2003/Vista it's better to use Mocha Remote Desktop for iphone.
    http://www.mochasoft.dk/iphone_rdp.htm
    The lite version is free and does not need to install any third party server components (tightvnc) on XP/2k3.
    To access the PC, local or remote, over the cable from iphone you need to add extra reverse tunnel in Tunnelier configuration, see S2C section.
    For example, if you'd like to connect to the Desktop of some r.no-ip.org machine add the following entry in the list
    Code:
    List. Int | List. Port| Dest.Host  | Dest. Port
    0.0.0.0  |  3389     | r.no-ip.org | 3389
    Then for connection over tunnel in Mocha RDP you need to add entry to 127.0.0.1 thru port 3389 and voila, you will see the remote desktop of r.no-ip.org on the iphone screen.
    If you still prefer to use vnc just change the destination host and port which vnc uses (5900) in reverse tunnel entry. Don't forget that on iphone you should then connect to 127.0.0.1:5900


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    Alk, great tutorial and brilliant innovation. That thing you describe in the "use the phone's EDGE connection on your computer" tutorial, where the SSH client Tunnelier converts an SSH connection into a proxy that can be used by a web browser: is that specific to this SSH client, or is there a way to so it in WinSCP as well? Any ideas about that?
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    I ... LOVE... IT

    Just what was missing for my iphone... TAHnx aLOT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Danner View Post
    where the SSH client Tunnelier converts an SSH connection into a proxy that can be used by a web browser: is that specific to this SSH client, or is there a way to so it in WinSCP as well?
    Well, you can use any other ssh client for the same activity, putty is first in this list. Later I'll publish another manual where putty is featured.
    But WinSCP is another beast. It's not for tunneling, it's excellent file transfer utility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alk View Post
    Well, you can use any other ssh client for the same activity, putty is first in this list. Later I'll publish another manual where putty is featured.
    But WinSCP is another beast. It's not for tunneling, it's excellent file transfer utility.
    In the configuration menu in PuTTY there are indeed some settings relating to proxy, but they seem to be about connecting PuTTY as a client to a proxy server, and not making PuTTY into a proxy server. Or am I looking in the wrong place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Danner View Post
    but they seem to be about connecting PuTTY as a client to a proxy server, and not making PuTTY into a proxy server. Or am I looking in the wrong place?
    The wrong place.
    You need to go to Connection/SSH/Tunnels section in putty and add Dynamic tunnel with Source port 1080. You will see D1080 in the Forwarded ports: box above.
    This is equivalent to Tunnelier Socks Proxy Forwarding in Services tab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alk View Post
    The wrong place.
    You need to go to Connection/SSH/Tunnels section in putty and add Dynamic tunnel with Source port 1080. You will see D1080 in the Forwarded ports: box above.
    This is equivalent to Tunnelier Socks Proxy Forwarding in Services tab.
    That works. Great, thanks!

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    Since this thread born ,I am not using a wireless modem to connect to my iPhone.

    Thank you God.
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    So hang on a sec. Thinking ahead, what with pdanet tethering working so well.... it should technically be possible simply to plug in your iPhone and have instant access to the iPhone's connection if these two methods (pdanet and usb network connection) are brought together...


 

 

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