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I have a firewalled server to send data to over ssh on public network, but the SSH port is not the default 22. How do I configure the port to znapzendzetup?

For mbuffer setting the port is not an issue, but if the communication is unencrypted, I do not feel comfortable sending data over it.

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  • it's not clear, to define a port in the client use the -P flag, to make the daemon listen on a non standard port edit it's config file. I don't know what the rest of your question means
    – Sum1sAdmin
    Apr 20, 2016 at 12:28
  • The rest of my question refers to the ability to define a port when using mbuffer, but not when using ssh. I'll check on the -P flag for client, but I would just like the "zetup" to finish and successfully connect to the host. Apr 20, 2016 at 17:38

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To have special configuration for a particular connection, just create a Host section in your ~/.ssh/config file and do whatever magic you see fit. Make sure you use the .ssh/config of the user you are running your znapzend under ...

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  • This should solve my issue. Is there any reason not to have it as a command line parameter similar to e.g. scp? Apr 26, 2016 at 9:46
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    the complexity of all possible ssh configurations is best covered by adding an appropriate entry to the .ssh/config file ... there would be no end to the options we would have to add. Apr 26, 2016 at 12:17

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