plink -v -ssh -N -D 8580 -l USERNAME -pw PASSWARD 192.168.2.12

pass CHINA GFW


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By: kev
2011-07-14 16:44:16

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Would you please explain the cmd or give me some tips about it? thx
nonoob · 357 weeks and 5 days ago
There's no machine @192.168.2.12 on my network. What is at that IP on yours? What is this supposed to do? I'm really confused.
h3xx · 353 weeks and 2 days ago

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