You won't be able to directly connect to an
SSH server if it's in a private network or if it's behind a
NAT or firewall. A host could also be configured to only allow connection from a specific host or network and deny connection from everywhere else. For this you would have to first either connect to the specific host or network via a
VPN, or to connect via a proxy.
PuTTY could be configured to tunnel its connection via a proxy. The supported proxy types for
Categorymenu in the sidebar.
IPaddress or hostname of the server along with the port that the proxy service is listening to.
DNSresolution to be done on the proxy server or locally.
IPaddress of the server that you want to connect to, local to the proxy server.
Openbutton to start the connection.
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