How to add configuration (~/.ssh/config) per ip?
sfandino at gmail.com
Wed Nov 18 23:26:20 AEDT 2015
On 11/18/2015 11:25 AM, hubert depesz lubaczewski wrote:
> at work we have hundreds of machines, and for various of reasons, their
> hostnames (with domain) do not reflect their physical location.
> This means that for host "a.bb.cc" i have to go through jump host
> "jump1.bb.cc", and for "c.bb.cc" i have to go through jump host
> which jump host should be used can be deduced by IP, but it looks that
> rules like:
> Host 10.1.*
> ProxyCommand ssh -W %h:%p jump1.bb.cc
> Are not being applied when I just:
> ssh a.bb.cc
> Is there any way to make ssh apply rules both based on name and based on
> I could, of course, add special rule for each hostname, but that would
> mean that my ~/.ssh/config will be huge, and constantly change (new
> hosts added, old hosts removed).
you can write a script that applies any rules you may have, or even
query some database to generate on the fly and exec'ute the correct
Something similar to:
ProxyCommand connect-through-gateway %h %p
where "connect-through-gateway" is that script.
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