... I have a remote host running Parity which I can connect to via an SSH Tunnel. I've forwarded ports 8180, 8546 and 8646 through the tunnel to the computer running Parity. I can load the UI for that Parity instance from any other computer on my LAN (after I make a SSH connection to that computer). My parity chrome extension is also working and able to connect to the host's parity instance.
Now, let's say I want to use my NanoS to sign transactions from a computer on my LAN (other than from the computer where Parity is actually running).. I'd like to be able to connect the Nano to the computer I'm using at the time and have Parity "see" it. As far as I can tell, Parity is not seeing it.
When the Parity Signer pops up while using EtherDelta (for example), it tells me to connect the hardware wallet before confirming the transaction and the confirm button is grayed out. So it seems like I'd need to connect the Nano to the server actually running Parity.
Is there anyway around this?