Autossh Tunnel Through Proxy

autossh -o "ProxyCommand nc --proxy <proxy_hostname_or_ip>:<proxy_port> %h %p" -M 20000 -f -N <hostname_or_ip> -p 443 -R 2222:localhost:22 -C
Autossh maintains a Tunnel opened. This example adds connectivity through a HTTP Proxy

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2018-03-13 05:56:49

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