May 25, 2009 -
Just as I wrote in Using a jumpbox in ssh it can also come in handy to use a jumpbox with subversion. A jumpbox is an in between server which you use to tunnel traffic through, because the end point is somehow not reachable directly. In this case we migrated to a new internet connection in our office. Which brought in a Zyxel modem/router. Our ...
April 2, 2009 -
How often don't I just want to open a tunnel to some server (that I'm sure to have in PuTTY) without opening a full SSH terminal? Or, isn't it annoying that everytime you open a terminal session in PuTTY, all tunnels related to that session open as well? -- PuTTY Tunnel Manager is here!