I have been trying to use SSH over the internet to connect to a few different computer on my network. Unfortunately, it only seems to work on the computer that is set to the forwarded port of 22 (ssh port). Here is what I have done:
Router: Port forward 70 -> computer IP address
ssh -L 22(ssh port) : my_external_ip : 70(forwarded port) username@my_external_ip
It connects and then asks me for the password for the account "username". Even though I type in the correct password, it gives me "Permission denied (publicly, password)
I have been trying this all day and cannot figure it out. I can access my router non-locally and change the computer I am trying to access to forward to port 22, but I would really like a better solution.
I am not very familiar with bash commands (I think these are bash?) and am at a loss. Fortunately I have been able to connect to my storage server via SAMBA, but I would really like to be able to ssh into each computer independently.