If you want someone on the internet to access a service/port on your local system(and you have access to a remote server), you can use SSH Tunnel to do this.
Transfer stdin and stdout to and from machines over the network ssh remote_machine ‘cat – > file’ < file
Make a backup of a local hard disk on remote host via ssh dd bs=1M if=/dev/hda | gzip | ssh…
Copy files/folder from a remote server to this system. scp -r firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/binnyva/folder_to_copy .
Copy files/folder to a remote server. scp <file> email@example.com:/home/binnyva/ scp -r <folder> firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/binnyva/
Run a remote GUI tool in a local system ssh -X email@example.com /usr/bin/kate
See what your users are doing using SSH connected to your system – this will show you what happens on…
Rsync via SSH tunnel rsync -rogpav -e ssh –delete /home/binnyva 192168.0.30:/var/Backup/home