El día Wednesday, March 26, 2008 a las 10:54:41AM -0600, Elliot Finley escribió:

> Hello all,
> 
> I have an interesting project.  I have several FreeBSD servers that I
> will be deploying to remote locations.  They will be sitting behind a
> NAT.  I would like them to make a SSH connection to a local server
> sitting on a public IP.  I need them connected in a way that will give
> me remote shell access.
> 
> Has anyone done this before?  I'd rather not re-invent the wheel.

Yes, I :-)
You can make SSH connection from the remote servers to your server
(bring them up at boot with RSA auth) and tunnel in them reverse the SSH
port, check the -R flag of ssh(1).

You can also setup OpenVPN as client on the remotes and server on the
your side.

        mattihas
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