get cygwin .... latest net releases of cygwin have ssh and sshd .. cygwin
is great for any NT/2K box you have .... I'd be lost without it ..
On Tue, 10 Apr 2001, Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> Look for ssh+vnc on google. The VNC people have a few pages dedicated to
> sending VNC over SSH. They also have a page listing free SSH clients for
> Windows, including one that does port-forwarding.
>>> Jerry Walsh wrote:
> > Just find an ssh client for windows which supports ssh port forwarding.
> > SecureRT from Vandyke Technologies is one (www.vandyke.com)
> > the commercial SSH client from www.ssh.com is another.
> > Neither of them are freeware they're both commercial products and cost a
> > few $'s, i'm not aware of any freeware ssh clients which provide port
> > forwarding but there's bound to be some out there... If you're looking for
> > a freeware ssh client for windows then get PuTTY (search for it on
> > google/yahoo) unfortunately it doesn't support port forwarding yet thou (i
> > think it's in the wishlist).
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