Bridged mode, security and router firewall
 

Bridged mode, security and router firewall

 
Hi, u just got my ssh server up and running by setting one port on my router to “Bridged Mode”. As described in this post: https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2450506

What does “Bridged Mode” actually mean?
Because now i can connect over SSH to my ubuntu server using putty: ipadress:port without having a “Firewall rule” (Port Forwarding) in my router.

Does this have any affect on my security?

Tnx :):popcorn:

 

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