What is the ssh_config equivalent to this syntax involving multiple at signs
djm at mindrot.org
Fri Dec 29 09:36:27 AEDT 2017
On Thu, 28 Dec 2017, Garbage at gmx.de wrote:
> I tried
> Host targethost
> User myuser at technicaluser@targethost
> Hostname jumphost
> and it worked. Thanks a lot !
> Unfortunately this doesn't yet solve my problems with Ansible but
> this is a different story. But one problem remains: I have lots of
> targethosts and I would better write something like "Host *.servers",
> the asterisk stands for all the targethost1 through targethost9999.
> But the targethost has to be part of the User setting. How can I use
> the wildcard ?
You can't at the moment, as there is no way to copy the hostname into
the username. Your best bet would be to write a shell script wrapper...
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