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remote host access on a remote forwarded port

Hi,

I tried to connect my home lan to my office.
So I want to use VNC in order to forward only one port.
Because of the firewall of my office(I don't manage), I want to create a 
tunnel by this way :

LAN(OFFICE)->OFFICE_FIREWALL->(INTERNET)->HOME_FIREWALL->LAN(HOME)

to be able to use VNC by this way :

VNCClient(HOME)->(tunnel)->VNCServer(OFFICE)

I use port 443 to bypass the firewall of my office.

So I use the commands :

OFFICE: ssh -g -R 5900:VNCServer:5900 -p 443 HOME_FIREWALL
HOME:   vncclient HOME_FIREWALL

But it looks like if the -g option doesn't work with -R option ?
Is that true ?

Thanks in advance !

Regards



PS : sorry for my english ! :)
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