I have disabled remote configuration on my Airport Extreme but was out of town and needed to add a new port to the router and forward it to an internal machine, made me scratch my head a bit. After some googling I found information on setting up an SSH tunnel to assist with this.
Recently I was in search of some ways to speed up my SSH connections as I spend a lot of my days within the terminal. I came across this handy little gem which can help you connect faster to a server that you already have a connection to. There is a feature within OpenSSH called connection sharing and its really easy to enable, and requires no edits to the server.
I came across SSHMenu, and its is very handy if you have multiple machines that you connect into on a regular basis. Here is a screenshot of the program to give you an idea.
You can get more information on it over at their Official Site.
A while ago I did a write up on SSH keys, anyways I was looking into it a little more today and came across this handy little script that makes it… well simple. I didn’t write it myself, I found it over here. Go ahead and give it a try it works like a charm. … Read More
Thanks to Jake for giving me this command it is now a LOT easier to sync my music from my laptop to my desktop
rsync -aruvpe ssh * [email protected]:/mnt/share1/music/
Since I make all the changes on my laptop everything stays up to date on the desktop.
I stole this from some other site… but I just wanted the info stored somewhere on my end… anyways read on. Lets set up a public key authorization system between two machines. We will call the two systems local and remote. We will also assume there are two different users, user1 on local and user2 … Read More