ssh within lan, bidirectional, causes Linksys wireless router to hiccough
Alan E. Davis
lngndvs at gmail.com
Sat Jan 24 22:24:12 UTC 2009
On Sat, Jan 24, 2009 at 1:20 AM, John Hubbard <ender8282 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Alan E. Davis wrote:
> > I have other questions about connecting
> between a
> > hardwired connection to my school network, and a machine plugged in to
> > the same network, but behind a linksys wireless router by dhcp. Is it
> > possible to connect them?
> I am not totally sure what you are asking but I am pretty sure that
> answer is yes. If the school machine doesn't have a firewall standing
> in its way you should be able to connect to it, and push files to it
> from a wired or wireless computer on your network.
The school network is a system wide network with a pretty draconian
firewall. My desktop machine is connected to the systemwide network through
a gateway on campus. A wireless router is connected to the same gateway,
and a pc in my room can connect by dhcp to the network through the wireless
router. I am uncertain what firewall is enabled or not in the linksys
wireless router. An internal IP number is assigned by dhcp to the laptop.
A network address on the school network (also private, but wider ranging) is
assigned to the desktop. I want to control the second PC from the desktop.
I'm unsure how to go about it. I thought about DynDNS.
Thanks for any ideas.
PS. I apologize for asking two questions in one message, and hope it does
not cause confusion.
It is undesirable to believe a proposition when
there is no ground whatsoever for supposing it is true.
-- Bertrand Russell
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