I am trying to establish a reverse SSH tunnel from my home network. I've got it so that autossh connects successfully once (and only once) per reboot. I'm forwarding remote ports to my local machine ...
For past several days I am trying to set up configuration that would allow me to access an IP camera that is connected to the Ubuntu device behind NAT router. My idea is to create reverse SSH tunnel ...
I am using autossh to build a reverse ssh tunnel but from time to time the tunnel stops working and I need to kill autossh and start it again. /etc/cron.d/autossh @reboot autossh -f -nNT -R ...
I'm trying to start an ssh tunnel from A to B and have it run despite things like: period network/wifi drops on A and remote server reboot on B. My ssh tunnel starts using upstart script on A with ...
How can i reestablish a Tunnel if my localhost goes down? i have 2 machines, Remotehost and localhost, on my localhost im running autossh to keep the tunnel alive in case of network problems. ...