Hi! I've setup a router with a SSH daemon on the WAN interface. It is possible to tunnel traffic to the router's web interface through SSH? Tunnel setup (on laptop): ssh -l root -p <router_ssh_port> -fNL 8989:localhost:80 <router_public_ip> Subsequent connections to port 8989 on the laptop returns "channel 2: open failed: connect failed:". Telneting to localhost:80 on from router returns "Connection refused." This leads me to be believe httpd on the router only listens on the br0 interface (192.168.1.1/24). Is it possible to configure httpd to listen on loopback as well as on br0? If not, how do I forward packets to port 80 from the loopback to br0? Alternatively, how do I configure httpd to listen on every interface except the WAN interface? (I don't want to expose any listening ports on the WAN-interface apart from the port used by the SSH daemon.) Thanks!