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Secure Shell (SSH) is a protocol primarily for encrypted shell connections. This tag is also used for questions about sshd and openssh, the two standard applications for using SSH.

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You may be able to use the ProxyJump feature in OpenSSH to do this cleanly. ssh -J user@foo.example.com -L 8080:localhost:80 user@10.4.100.6 Adding -J user@foo.example.com tells ssh to connect to the … If you don't have ssh keys set up, you'll be prompted for passwords for both foo.example.com and 10.4.100.6. If this works for you, you can add it to your local ~/.ssh/ssh_config to make it easier. …
answered Sep 13 '20 by satwell
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HostName <ip> User <username> ProxyJump bar Host bar HostName <ip> User <username> Port <num> And then to connect, run just ssh bar. … Additionally, you don't need to use -J on the ssh command. -J sets ProxyJump for the current invocation, which is unneeded if it's already in your config file. …
answered Oct 17 '20 by satwell