Note to self: NAT'd SSH connections
At our company, we have to SSH into a client server via port forwarding on their gateway, like this:
:::shell ssh gateway -l root -p 1349
Which is, of course, quite troublesome.
Fortunately, SSH (in combination with netcat) can be configured to work around this. You can even make a pretty “alias” for that connection.
Add the following lines to your .ssh/config file:
Host my_alias ProxyCommand nc gateway 1349
Now, you can simply connect to the NAT’d server like this: