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I use expect scripts to automate the logins (especially because I have to pass through a jumb box and enter in a chroot and lots of passwords must be entered) and did some "tweaks" to the config of cssh. So, I have this "main script" in my bin folder that given a "server name/alias" it takes me into the server that I want and where I want. In the ...
Rather than using a tunnel directly, try using SSH as a SOCKS proxy: Start proxy ssh -D 2222 email@example.com Set your client OS/Browser to use 127.0.0.1:2222 as a SOCKS proxy. You may still need to setup hosts file entries on the client machine to have the internal hostnames resolve to IP addresses
Three joined pipes indicates a computer that is being broadcast on your local network: See figure 3 in the tutorial here: https://www.nomachine.com/finding-other-nomachine-computers-on-the-same-network. The sessions with the !M symbol are your traditional connections already started. See fig 4 in the same tutorial.
This MSDN article shows how to configure WinRM for multi-hop support which also addresses making connections when Kerberos is not an option. Brief summary below. Windows Remote Management (WinRM) supports the delegation of user credentials across multiple remote computers. The multi-hop support functionality can now use Credential Security Service ...
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