I'm trying to access remote debugging port running on box A (Debian) from box B (Windows). On box A I'm running Chrome with
--remote-debugging-port=9222 flag and I can see that it works correctly (I can access
localhost:9222 from another browser on A). Also, I'm sure that boxes A and B are connected because I can access
:80 (apache) running on box A from box B just fine. Thing I need to do now is to allow box B access
:9222 on box A. I've done research on port forwarding and iptables rules but I failed to make it work.
Machine B is Windows so I'm not sure how to use ssh there, I found an app for port-forwarding that seems to work fine. It gives me an error though: "received a connection but can't connect to host-B:9222". So it looks like 9222 is not open for outside connections. Output from netstat on A gives me:
root@template:/home/developer# netstat -nap | grep 9222 tcp 0 0 127.0.0.1:9222 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 24300/user