How to kill a In Process Port

If a port is being used by ubuntu/Linux and you want to kill the process and make free that port, then simple you can run this command to make that port free sudo kill `sudo lsof -t -i:9001` If that doesn’t work you could also use $() for command interpolation: sudo kill $(sudo lsof -t -i:9001)   […]

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A Guide to SSH Port Forwarding/Tunnelling

SSH is a widely used protocol for system administration and file transfer. In addition, it has a feature called SSH tunnelling  (or SSH port forwarding). It creates an encrypted connection between a local computer and a remote computer through which you can relay traffic. It is very useful, and you can use it to securely […]

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