I'm a long-time user of Core Shell through Setapp. I've really enjoyed it; without a doubt it's the nicest SSH client I've ever used.
Question: How do I issue a custom ssh -L command to a saved host in Core Shell?
I cannot figure out how to specify arguments to the -L flag when I'm saving host in Core Shell. Please help.
I need to set a saved host to do this when it connects:
ssh user@Server -L localPort:localHost:serverPort
There is a service on my Server listening at port 601 for a local connection from inside the Server. It does not accept remote connections.
Using the -L flag, I ssh in to Server, specifying that port 100 on my Local Machine forwards to port 601 on Server.
Then, on the Local Machine, I open Application, and point it at port 100 on Local Machine, which is forwarded over SSH to port 601 on Server.
This all works, but I have to do it in Apple's Terminal.app.