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Automatically re-SSH when network is available?

Posted on 2009-04-07
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As the title says.  I frequently move from different locations and plug in or use wireless (sometimes 5X/day) and I'd like some type of solution that automatically SSHs when the connection is available.  I use an SSH tunnel for some traffic + connecting to my home network so this is very valuable.

Currently I have a script which opens terminal + SSHs to 2 servers (I use the public key authentication so I don't have to login).  But this still requires me to close terminal, then run the script again (which the AppleScript still takes 2-8 seconds to open sometimes).

Is there a solution for this?  Some type of persistent-SSH connection keeper?

Thanks!
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And of course I answer my own question...

http://jonsview.com/2009/03/01/how-to-automatic-ssh-tunnel
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