How can we improve the iOS app?

Jump host

Please create the possibility to use a jump host / ssh proxy to connect to devices.


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  • Ernesto Revilla commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I also use extensively ~/.ssh/config to configure jump hosts like this:

    Host customer-pre-*
    ProxyCommand ssh customer-pre-gateway -W %h:%p

    Host customer-pro-*
    ProxyCommand ssh customer-pro-gateway -W %h:%p

    where customer-pre/o-gateway are entries in my etc/hosts.

    I.e.: it would be great if in the OS X version, SSH connections could be delegated to native client, or if ~/.ssh/config could be read.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This is really the one important key feature missing, at least for me. I need it for reaching my ipv6-only systems through a dual stack jump host when I'm stuck with my phonr in rural ipv4-only wastelands... and I am tired of doing this manually.

  • Mike commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I use this on my Chromebook, but it also doesn't have this feature. I have a new Chromebook, so it has Android App access. I installed the Android version of Termius to get around this problem, but still, it would be exceedingly wonderful to NOT have to fudge things and have this function built in to the Chrome app, as well as the iOS version.

  • commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This feature is present in the android version of Terminus. Called 'Host Chaining' there, it's pretty handy in accessing hosts that have restricted access.

    Pleas get this in iOS as soon as possible.

  • Ed commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Support for proxying through bastion hosts (with the option of agent forwarding, even though it can be exploited) is critical for professionals.

    In terms of ssh config, is set up elsewhere, then we need the option to do:

    ssh -o User=myuser -W %h:%p

  • commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    currently i use a port forward first, establishing the port forward and the configuring a ssh connection to use the ports.

    It would be good to either select a current port forward or a current ssh connection when setting up new hosts.


    host A: bastion , ssh listens on ssh 32415, the only system that allows remote ssh to any ip

    host B: app1, ssh 22, only to fix ips



    Assume bastion host A already setup

    New host B:

    port 22

    *new option, allow the selection of other configured hosts*:
    Select SSH Gateway: none, bastion, etc

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