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    How To Access Port Forwarded Resource Via Socket Programming?

    Hi,

    I just need to understand what information I should provide to a c++ code if I had a tunnel session established with the following configuration

    I'm on a window 7 computer.
    I successfully configured a ssh tunnel session via putty.
    In putty, set my local port to be 4000, the remote unix server / port are: remoteName:3000

    So I assume my c++ code will now access the remote resource if I use host="localhost" port="4000"?

    thanks

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    Re: How To Access Port Forwarded Resource Via Socket Programming?


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    Re: How To Access Port Forwarded Resource Via Socket Programming?

    Its good to see that you found your solution by your own.... You were commited to solve the prob, that shows your commitment...

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