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- rsync over ssh using non standard ssh port
- Martin Pugh
July 25, 2003, 10:16 pm
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- Richard E. Silverman
July 26, 2003, 4:05 am
Re: rsync over ssh using non standard ssh port
>> Can anyone help? I'm trying to run rsync over ssh but using a
>> non-standard ssh port number. Can this be done?
NWR> I think you can put the ssh command in quotes, thus allowing
NWR> command line options. But it might be easier to put a shell
NWR> script wrapper around ssh, with the wrapper supplying the port
NWR> number option.
No need for anything this awkward; just specify the port in the client
config file, or use -o. E.g. for OpenSSH:
% scp -o port=1234 ...
-- OR --
% scp foo:bar baz
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