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I have a server that cannot be connected to from an external IP. It only allows SSH connections from within the local network.
To connect to it, I normally SSH to a server that does have external SSH support. Then from it, I SSH to the internal server.
I'd like to configure a quick way to SSH to the internal server. To test this out, I've set up ssh keys so that I can connect between the servers without a password. So using SSHMenu, I created a host with this in the "hostname" field:
firstname.lastname@example.org "ssh server.behind.firewall"
However, this opens up a terminal with the following message:
Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal.
If I change the hostname to the following:
email@example.com "ssh -t -t server.behind.firewall"
Then, I can get in and get a command prompt. So it works! However, I get this error message:
tcgetattr: Invalid argument
It isn't a big deal, but if I can get rid of it, I'd like to. Is this the right way to do what I'm trying, or is there a better approach?