I installed the latest pgAdmin 4 (v2.1) but I found out that (related thread), for the moment, the only way to establish a connection through an SSH tunneling is using another outside process, an example in the pgAdmin's forum says:
I setup a tunnel as follows:
ssh -f dpage(at)hostname(dot)enterprisedb(dot)com -L 5999: hostname.enterprisedb.com:5432 -N
(…) I was running on Mac, but the same procedure should work on Linux. On
Windows, there's a tunnelling app in Putty iirc, but I don't know how
to use it offhand.
I have found a simple PuTTY tutorial to establish a connection using an SSH Tunnel.
The connection is established but it seems, when I try to connect through pgAdmin it fails or is refused (using 127.0.0.1:3306 or 127.0.0.1:5432 as the tunnel's destination). Why?