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dd-wrt ssh port forwarding quirky

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I guess it is more of a web-gui quirky. Anyway, here is what I desire: I want to move the ssh port of the router itself to say 9999, and forward port 22 to a workstation connected to the router.

What I did, which is wrong:
1) dd-wrt -> services -> services: change port of ssh to 9999
2) dd-wrt -> NAT/QoS -> port forwarding: add port from 22 to workstation-ip:22

What I now have, which is correct thanks to this post, is:
1) dd-wrt -> services -> services: change port of ssh back to 22
2) dd-wrt -> NAT/QoS -> port forwarding: add port from 22 to workstation-ip:22
3) dd-wrt -> administration -> management: change [ssh remote port] to 9999

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Written by zsh

February 17, 2012 at 12:27 pm

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