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Hey guys, I set up a ssh tunnel server at my house on my pc running vista. I have tried many different ways to try and connect to from my macbook pro running snow leopard, but I have had no success. Any information on how to get this working will help a lot, thanks. Btw, my pc is connected to the internet using one of those belkin outlet jacks if this has anything to do with it.
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Never tryed a ssh tunnel but you can try these instructions.
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What is your goal?

What PC SSH service are you running?
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