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I have two servers: server1 and server2 I can connect to server2 only from server1 by a specific user. Currently, I connect like this:

  1. My computer ssh user@server1
  2. On server1: su - user2
  3. After this on server1 ssh user3@server2

How can I do use one command line from my computer?

  • Why don't you connect directly as user2 to server1? – Sven Feb 21 '19 at 12:20
  • I can't control ssh keys o this servers – tutunak Feb 21 '19 at 12:59
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Use jump hosts:

 ssh -J host1 host2

Then in your ~/.ssh/config

Host host1
   hostname X.X.X.X
   user user1
Host host2
   hostname X.X.X.X
   user user2
  • This was cool. Never tried it before – Ingvar J Feb 21 '19 at 14:30
  • before connecting to host2 I need do su - user2 and next use ssh user3@host2 user1 -me user2 - user on host who can login like user3 on host2 – tutunak Feb 21 '19 at 15:48
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    You should use ProxyJump in the configuration file and shorten the command line to ssh host2. – kasperd Feb 21 '19 at 22:33
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as a start, try:

ssh user@server1 "su - user2 -c 'ssh user3@server2'"

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