directly ssh to host B that is only accessible through host A

ssh -t hostA ssh hostB
Of course you need to be able to access host A for this ;-)

By: 0x89
2009-08-27 21:35:19

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What Others Think

What about configuring a tunnel?
jcollado · 630 weeks and 1 day ago
tunnels++ !
linuxrawkstar · 630 weeks and 1 day ago
guys, tunnels are per port. tunnels are not terminal access.
evalinux · 629 weeks and 4 days ago
this came in pretty handy for me today... I needed to access a server in our dmz. you can also add a -A for agent forwarding ssh -At root@hostx ssh root@hosty
grokskookum · 628 weeks and 2 days ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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