AW: Option to set Ports for NFS mount
R.Schulz at dvz-mv.de
Mon Apr 13 16:54:36 CEST 2015
I tried your hint, but this work only on install not with softupdate right?
NFSROOT/ root/.ssh/config is only used at install time
On softupdate the "local" root User is used.
my reverse tunnel use "localhost" as host, so I think it is a bad idea to change the ssh port for localhost.
May be there is another way: scp and ssh have an option "-F" to use another config file, if you could extent "fai-savelog" to use something like "-F $MYSSHCONFIGFILEWITHSPECIALOPTION" if this variable is set to an file in the configspace.
Von: linux-fai [mailto:linux-fai-bounces at uni-koeln.de] Im Auftrag von Thomas Lange
Gesendet: Montag, 30. März 2015 12:16
An: fully automatic installation for Linux
Betreff: Re: Option to set Ports for NFS mount
>>>>> On Mon, 30 Mar 2015 06:30:15 +0000, "Schulz, Reiner" <R.Schulz at dvz-mv.de> said:
> in our enviroment we must to use a ssh tunnelt to connect to fai clients.
> So we have to use reverse ssh tunnel for all connections from client to server (nfs, save-log, etc)
> Up to now we patch the fai programs to use/change the used ports.
> Could you make an option to used custom ports?
you can use /root/.ssh/config (inside the nfsroot) to specify a
different port for the ssh and scp commands. It should look like this:
Host faiserver.yourdomain faiserver
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