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TCP Tunnelling

Question asked by Employee on Nov 20, 2017
Latest reply on Dec 20, 2017 by mik1893

I am being asked to connect to an Amazon RDS instance via an ssh key and TCP tunnelling. The question is do we support this and how is it to be achieved?  My understanding is that ssh TCP Tunnelling kind of replaces a VPN so I would need to do the following things

  1. Download and install some ssh software (I have selected free SSHd)
  2. Download and install some public key generation software (for this I have selected PuTTY)
  3. Download and install the Amazon Redshift ODBC driver


I have been provided a url to get to the server, I am assuming that I need to generate a key and send it to the data provider to allow me access to the server whereupon they have said that they will place the password that I will need to access the url they have sent me.  I would then just use this url and the logon credentials in a data reader protocol?


Is this process familiar to anyone, I am making an assumption that i do not need to putting the public key in the data reader protocol in anyway.