On Fri, 2008-03-07 at 02:03 -0500, Jim Knoble wrote:
> This is mainly a matter of discipline or policy in what name is used to
> access the Subversion or CVS server. The names in the Host stanzas
> aren't even required to be valid DNS names, as long as the HostName
> directive contains a either a valid IP address or a name that's
> defined in DNS or /etc/hosts or whatever your system uses.


You don't even need that, as long as you have a ProxyCommand which will
talk SSH protocol on its stdin/stdout. Such as:

host *.mydomain.internal
ProxyCommand ssh bastionhost.mydomain.com exec netcat %h %p


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dwmw2

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