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I have access to a server via standard ssh, logging in password-less via a key.

On that remote server i can access another server, which has svn on a non-default port, like

I'd like to be able to connect to that svn from my own local machine without having to manually start a putty tunnel process every time.

Is there a way to do this?

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Using putty's plink.exe is your friend in that case. You need to start an ssh connection in order to have the ssh-tunnel created. On a windows machine, you would have to use a client like putty to do so, but putty's full installer included plink.exe which you can run in a dos-term.

Can't remember the link to the developer's site, but there's also "sshtunnel" the link is here (google'd):

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