This is a discussion on Re: tunneling through stdin/stdout, source routing - openssh ; Bob Proulx wrote: > Simon Richter wrote: > >> to connect to another host behind a firewall, and I also have a lot of >> these commands in my ssh config file. Since this relies on the server >> having ...
Bob Proulx wrote:
> Simon Richter wrote:
>> to connect to another host behind a firewall, and I also have a lot of
>> these commands in my ssh config file. Since this relies on the server
>> having netcat available (which a lot don't, or in some really old
>> version that will not shut down properly) it breaks often,
> When I was doing that it I would always find that it left a lot of
> netcat processes hanging around that did not terminate appropriately.
> I assume that is your problem too? Instead let me recommend the
> 'connect' code.
Seems to have moved:
> Having switched to connect I stopped having problems such as
> described. It was the difference between night and day.
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