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GUI Based SSH Cleint - Putty for OSX

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Aloha,

 

Does anyone know of a GUI based SSH client? I see lots of sftp, but no putty replacement.

 

I can ssh from the command line, but I would like to be able to save sessions, ports etc.

 

Aloha,

Matt

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Maybe JellyfiSSH

You can also create a file in ~/.ssh called "config" (no quotes, no extension) and add in entries for whatever sessions you want. For instance:

 

Host home

User ithonicfury

Port 11022

HostName 5.xxx.xxx.xxx

IdentityFile /Users/Username/.ssh/keyfileforserver

localforward 17000:192.168.1.80:5900

 

With that in the config file, I could just run in the terminal "ssh home" and it will connect with the port 11022 to the IP address specified in HostName using the keyfile specified to autologin and setup the local port forward so I could access an internal computers VNC server.

 

More options here - http://pragmasys.com/TelnetServer/WebHelp/...config_file.htm

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Aloha,

 

Does anyone know of a GUI based SSH client? I see lots of sftp, but no putty replacement.

 

I can ssh from the command line, but I would like to be able to save sessions, ports etc.

 

Aloha,

Matt

 

 

Actually, I think you are looking for this app

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Although MacFusion or Cyberduck will do the trick. And a slightly off topic question, is this for an iPhone?

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