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SSH Tunnel

Description

 

You can create an SSH Tunnel to reach a remote machine

 

Settings

 

SSH Tunnel

 

SSH Tunnel

SSH Tunnel

 

Option

Description

Host

Enter the remote host name to connect.

Port

Enter the port to connect.

Username

Enter the username to connect.

Password

Enter the password to connect.

Local address

Enter the IP local address of the outgoing tunnel.

Local port

Enter the local port of the outgoing tunnel.

Use dynamic port

Use dynamic port numbers.

Remote host

Enter the name of the remote host.

Remote port

Enter the remote port.

 

Private Key

 

SSH Tunnel - Private Key

SSH Tunnel - Private Key

 

Option

Description

Private key type

Select between:

No private key: No private key will be sent.

File: Allows you to select a key file to submit as credentials.

Data: Allows you to specify the textual data of the key. This results in the key being stored within the entry itself and eases distribution.

Repository: Allows you to specify a repository for the private key.

My personal private key: Allows you to select My Personal Private Key in the drop down menu to use this key instead of typing your private key every time.

Repository

Indicate the repository to use for private key. Available when repository private key type is selected.

Passphrase

Indicate a passphrase to use.

File

Name of the file containing the key. You can use environment variables as in the screen capture above.

Private Key Data

Indicate the private key

 

Advanced

 

SSH Tunnel - Advanced

SSH Tunnel - Advanced

 

Option

Description

Internet protocol

This option allows the user to select between the old and new Internet protocols and addressing schemes, choose between:

Default (WinSCP)

IPv4

IPv6

 

Please see General, More, Information or Attachments for more information on the other side menus.