[ale] NewbieQ on tunnelling SSH
cfowler at outpostsentinel.com
Mon May 12 09:35:49 EDT 2003
This is easy! Me and my enigneers do this all the time.
#1) Set up a script in your home directory
exec ssh -p <port> $@
We do this because we have ssh access on a different port.
#2) Setup your CVS env vars
CVSROOT=cfowler at 126.96.36.199/u01/ENS/CVS
export CVS_RSH CVSROOT
You should not have to do a login any more. Typing 'cvs co <module>'
will prompt you for your ssh password unless you are using key authentication.
On Mon, May 12, 2003 at 09:31:13AM -0400, John Mills wrote:
> ALErs -
> I want to set up a CVS repository on machine X behind my firewall, and use
> it remotely through SSH. I don't know how to set this up, but expected
> something like this:
> a) Forward some port of my choice from my firewall to another on my
> repository host in the LAN. (No problem - this is easy with my
> b) Configure CVS on that host to use SSH to that port as its access
> mechanism (I vaguely remember something about identifying "ext" as
> access mecanism in a CVS config file), and identifying it with the
> port to which my firewall will send the remote CVS requests. (I'm
> unsure on this, but might muddle through.)
> c) Configure or originate remote requests so they are wrapped in SSH and
> directed to the forwarded port. (Here I'm clueless, and some of the
> users will come from M$Win, probably with clients like 'WinCvs').
> Anyone know of a HOWTO for this, or willing to offer suggestions?
> John Mills
> john.m.mills at alum.mit.edu
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