I am logged in to a jumpoff box. Can i "carry" my autentication to the next box without putting in my password again ?
Every time I ssh it ask me "do you want keep your key this time or ." I just want to default to sshing to the box without a this question. We have a lot of systems and liikey will not be going from the jumpbox to the target that often.
When you enable your public/private keys on the host and the target, your source host is also entered into known hosts in the target machine. You just have to say, "yes" for the first time when it asks
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