|Remote use of Remote Desktop Protocol|
|Remote Desktop Protocol is convenient to connect to a Microsoft Windows system remotely. But the protocol is not allowed to cross CSIM firewall.|
The following example shows how to leverage puTTY and SSH tunnel to use Remopte Dektop Protocol outside CSIM.
The first step is to make sure that Remote Desktop Protocol can be used between your local and your remote machines; make the test while you are inside CSIM and there is not firewall issue. You must also test that TTY can be used to connect to bazooka.cs.ait.ac.th from outside CSIM.
Remote Desktop Protocol needs only one tunnel on TCP port 3389.
Enable compression: Remote Desktop Protocol allows you to access your remote machine in graphic mode, a large amount of data will be sent through the SSH tunnel, between your PC and your remote machine; you better reduce the amount of data with ccompression.
Compression is configurable under the option SSH.
Create the tunnel on TCP port 3389.
You should have the forwarded port showing like in the image:
|4.||Go to the session option at the very top and specify the destination where you connect to by entering bazooka.cs.ait.ac.th in the host name field.
Give a name to the session and save it: you will be able to reuse it later on.
You can then open the connection.
Later you will be able to open the session you have saved and proceed on, starting from step 5 below.
Enter your CSIM username and password.
|6.||Launch Remote Desktop Client and connect to the server 127.0.0.1 or localhost.
Use the username and password as you would use on your remote machine..
|Contact us: Olivier Nicole||Last update: Jun 2014|