Setup a persistant SSH tunnel w/ pre-shared key authentication

autossh -f -i /path/to/key -ND local-IP:PORT User@Server
This creates a persistent ssh -i /path/to/key -ND local-IP:PORT User@Server connection. You may have to install autossh. -f puts in daemon mode. if you are having trouble, try it without -f.

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By: fotoflo
2009-12-31 06:10:03

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for some reason it doesnt work in cygwin
fotoflo · 645 weeks and 4 days ago
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leonamargret · 18 weeks and 1 day ago

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