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March 31, 2005, 10:06 pm
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IP address. I would like to be able to SFTP or SCP (or SSH) from a
specific interface that is not my primary interface. I was looking for
a parameter to use to do this but could not find any (something like
the ping -i parameter in Unix).
I also thought about using static routes and specifying outgoing
interfaces for specific IP addresses but that cannot be done either
because of routing reasons for different kind of traffic going to the
I am using SSH Tectia from www.ssh.com
Does anyone have any ideas?
Re: How can I SFTP/SCP or SSH from different source interface (IP)?
OpenSSH has a BindAddress option which does this ("scp -o
BindAddress=188.8.131.52 source dest:"), perhaps Tectia has something
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