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November 13, 2003, 11:34 am
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I want to access from my intranet machine to a public net hosted CVS
repository. To do that I need to pass through a lab machine who has ssh
access to the internet. So thisi is the lab
myPC ----> ws1 ----> internet CVS server
I followed these steps.
CVS_RSH=myscript where my script do: ssh -p 7777 $*
% ssh -f -N -g -L7777:cvs.external.org:22 firstname.lastname@example.org
Now I have some problems with connection.The connection fails because of DNS
spoofing and ID key changed errors.
- how can I configure ssh (and known_host file) to solve this?
- is this the best way to do CVS tunnelling from my machine?
Thanks in advance.
Re: CVS tunnelling problem
I do SSH over a machine in the middle like this.
You need the following in your ~/.ssh/config on the local
machine: (local --> middle --> remote)
User foo (optional)
ProxyCommand ssh -A user@middle netcat -w 5 %h 22
Now you can scp, rsync, cvs to remote:
user@local> ssh remote
Hope this helps,
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