BUG: Port forwarding Not Working
I can't seem to locate a support contact, other than this suggestion. I am unable to get local port forwarding working with Termius on Windows. I have tried two machines both without success. I have tried opening the application with elevated privileges. However, the same issue persists. I can confirm that this is an issue with the application as PuTTY and X-Shell work perfectly fine with the same forwarding details. I have yet to try on my MacBook. However, this seems to be a bit of a deal breaker for me.
Could you try the latest 4.7.3 app version? Is the problem still there, please, contact our support: email@example.com
Please attach this information to your request:
1. The command which is working in your default system shell but is not working in Termius
2. The port forwarding rule screenshot which you are configured in the Termius
3. Any additional information which can help to reproduce the case
Note: if you wouldn't like your real data, you can just use some aliases works in the command and in the rule.
Same on macOS 10.14.5 and termius 4.5.0 on My iMac Pro
STILL NOT WORKING
Milan Muňko commented
Same on macOS 10.14.5 and termius 4.5.0
Jin Wang commented
It works before I upgrade to 4.5.0. Now it not woking for me.
Michael Gerndt commented
I do have the same problem on my MacBook Pro. Since I need forwarding to go to our Supercomputers, I can no longer use Termius on my Mac. On iOS it still works. It seems to me that the tunnel is created because I can use it from a normal shell. I cannot use from inside of Termius.
Yeah, I've confirmed that this is also an issue on Mac. Hopefully they'll fix it!
Alexandre Choisy commented
Same problem here on Mac. No way I can have port forwarding to work when a simple commande : ssh -L localPort:localhost:remotePort firstname.lastname@example.org work fine.
To bad but I ll have to stick to my console...
Any updates, or potential solutions to this?