How to make ssh tunnels to ubdaq internal webservers¶
Concrete example and overview in about 100 words¶
Example: You are running a web browser on a computer outside of the LArTF DAQ network. You can use ssh to make a dynamic SOCKS proxy on port 8881 on your machine, via ubdaq-prod-ws01, that can be used to access anything inside the LArTF network. Here is a linux or OS/X command to run on your machine to do this:
ssh -D 8881 firstname.lastname@example.org
Now go to your browser settings and tell it to make connections according to the "Proxy AutoConnect" file lartf.pac attached to this page. (See setting-pac-file-Chrome-Windows.png and setting-pac-in-Firefox-Ubuntu.png for screenshots of the browser settings dialogs for Chrome running in Windows and Firefox running in Ubuntu.)
Now you can open http://ubdaq-prod-near1.fnal.gov/lizard/#om_performance and see the Lizard online display. In another tab, you can open http://ubdaq-prod-evb.fnal.gov:8080/gweb/ and see Ganglia metrics. In another tab, you can open http://ubdaq-prod-smc.fnal.gov:4812/main and see the ControlSystemStudio archiver status.
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- How to make ssh tunnels to ubdaq internal webservers
This is a page in progress. Detailed instructions will be added in due course.
Doing it manually.¶
... this section will provide detailed instructions for each OS and browser ....
A relatively quick and easy way using "sxrs".¶
SXRS is a Java application that does the ssh commands at the touch of a button. It can also make tunnels for VNC at the same time. More later...