We need a windows and linux program that can create a connection in between and forward all traffic from one port on the linux device to the windows device.
Say the server (linux) is on example.com. I run the linux program as follows (certain arguments are omitted to simplify the description):
listen -port 3456
This program starts listening on port 3456 for incoming connections.
Say I have apache running on port 443 on my home machine (windows)
The client program will run as follows
forward -port 443 -server_addr [url removed, login to view] -server_port 3456
Running this program will connect to [url removed, login to view] using SSL (openssl is fine). The server ([url removed, login to view]) will select a random port and will start forwarding connections from this port to the client.
Say the server selects port 7890 (randomly among unused ports).
After this step, I should access apache on my home computer through <[url removed, login to view]>.
This is like using putty (windows client) and openssh (linux server) to open a port on the server that forwards to the client.
See <[url removed, login to view]>
The connection in between should be SSL (openssl is fine).
The command line of the windows client is
[-ca ca for server certiicate]
On the linux device, the command line interface is:
At each connection request, the server randomly chooses a port (as opposed to the user specified port in opnessh protocol) and issues the following command "configure port client-domain) where port is the random port chosen by the server, client-domain is the Subject in the client certificate (such as [url removed, login to view])
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