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Date:      Tue, 31 Dec 2002 21:04:07 -0800
From:      BSD baby <bsd@hitmedia.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   ssh from one box behind firewall to another
Message-ID:  <20021231210407.A12672@mail.hitmedia.com>

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FreeBSD box A
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HOME FIREWALL
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internet
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WORK FIREWALL
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V
FreeBSD box B



Can you copy files from box A to box B?

Box A can SSH into Work Firewall.
Work Firewall can SSH into Box B.
Box B can SSH into Home Firewall.
Home Firewall can SSH into Box A.

So - I can SEE the files I want to copy.  I can use "vi" to edit them.
But don't know how to get them directly from Box A to Box B. 

Right now I'm using "scp" to copy them to the firewall, then to the internal machine.

Is this a port forwarding kind of thing?  Anyone done it?
Didn't see anything like it in 'man scp' or a Google search.


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