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ssh tunneling and "channel 2: open failed: administratively prohibited: open failed"

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ssh tunneling and "channel 2: open failed: administratively prohibited:

If that fails, try this: AllowTcpForwarding yes - restart the server http: Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. You haven't described what exactly you're doing, so it's hard to tell. What does your ssh command line look like? It should be something like: Is that what you're doing?

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Cheers Steffen. Did you or someone change that on your workmac? I check it out.

Solving SSH “channel 3: open failed: administratively prohibited” error when tunnelling

Thank you. Here is what I did: It is a "pre-canned" option in "New" that already defines the ports that will be opened in your computer's firewall. In Terminal. What I found is that specifying the same port number made the client loop back on itself and so what would happen with the VNC display was like looking into a mirror with a mirror on the wall behind you, with the local desktop being "reflected" ad infinitum. In my case, it only works with a numeric IPv4 " In CotVNC, connect to Like I said, this configuration as I have described works for me.


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    Solution to SSH tunneling failure because of "channel X: open failed: administratively prohibited"

    You don't need to install a 3rd-party VNC server on the machine. It just works. It is already default "AllowTcpForwarding yes". The comment marker is there because they comment out the default settings. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown.

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