Commit a2cfdfca authored by Niels Möller's avatar Niels Möller

(Action options): Documented -D (socks

forwarding).

Rev: doc/lsh.texinfo:1.38
parent f1729818
......@@ -1152,6 +1152,12 @@ connects to the remote hosts, the server will inform the local
@command{lsh}. The local @command{lsh} then connects to @var{target-port} on
@var{target-host}.
@item -D
Requests SOCKS-style forwarding. It takes one optional argument, the
port number to use for the SOCKS proxy (default is 1080). Other
applications can then use socks version 4 or version 5, to open
outgoing connections which are forwarded via the SSH connection.
@item -E
This option takes one mandatory argument, which is a command line to be
executed on the remote machine.
......@@ -1223,11 +1229,11 @@ Analogous to the @option{--stdout} option.
@item -g
Remote peers, aka global forwarding. This option applies to the
forwarding actions, i.e. @option{-L} and @option{-R}. By default, only
connections to the loopback interface, ip 127.0.0.1, are forwared. This
implies that only processes on the same machine can use the forwarded
tunnel directly. If the -g modifier is in effect, the forwarding party
will listen on @emph{all} network interfaces.
forwarding actions, i.e. @option{-L}, @option{-R} and @option{-D}. By
default, only connections to the loopback interface, ip 127.0.0.1, are
forwarded. This implies that only processes on the same machine can use
the forwarded tunnel directly. If the -g modifier is in effect, the
forwarding party will listen on @emph{all} network interfaces.
@end table
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