[clug] Cool ssh hack
mikal at stillhq.com
Sat Jun 9 23:16:04 MDT 2012
I saw this recently, and its super cool. Perhaps other people would find
it useful. I have many machines at home, and a single ssh jumphost which
has external DNS and a routable IP. Here's how I can ssh to an internal
machine called zii.home.stillhq.com or another machine named
cat.home.stillhq.com by magic wherever I may be...
$ cat ~/.ssh/config
Host cat.home zii.home
ProxyCommand ssh jumphost.stillhq.com nc -q0 %h %p
So, when I ssh to zii.home.stillhq.com, ssh actually connects to
jumphost.stillhq.com. It then runs netcat, and pushes ssh traffic to it.
So, there are two ssh authentications, but because I use key based
authentication I don't even notice.
I figured maybe this might be useful to others?
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