" Hence, it is a huge security risk to expose these
interfaces to the internet and then access them from outside. So, I
(and most others) don’t allow these services to be accessed
from WAN. But I do have the need some time to access it. So, what
do I do? I follow a simple process to allow myself a pseudo-ssh or
telnet picggy-backed over ssh connection. How is that?
"Well, I have an excellent wi-fi router (Asus WL-500W) that does
have ssh (which I have configured to listen on, say, port XXXX).
Now all I do is:"
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