Sitting in Class I was in Need of an .ISO (BackTrack) That was behind my Firewall which I have access to via ssh and when on the intranet I access the File server via ssh aswell, so what I needed to do was Tunnel ssh via ssh after a quick web search I found a way to do so on this site:
which simply states to use(edited for my file server use):
ssh -fN -L 9500:my.fileserver.machine:22 firstname.lastname@example.org
This will create a ssh tunnel in the background through the firewall machine and maps my file server machine’s ssh port (22) to my localhost’s port 9500 (can be any higher ports).
Now I can access my File server either through a terminal using:
ssh -p 9500 myfileserverlogin@localhost
or using nautilus’s connect to server or other tools to transfer files.