⚙️Additional Configuration

Additional Options

-k, --key-file

Specify the .atKeys file for the -f, --from atSign if it's not stored in ~/.atsign/keys

-v, --verbose

More logging.

-l, --local-port

The local port which will be forwarded to the remote sshd port. If this is set to "0", it defers to to the OS to assign an ephemeral port. (Defaults to "0")


The remote port which we expect sshd to be running on.

(Defaults to "22")

-u, --remote-user-name

The username to use in the ssh session on the remote host.

(a.k.a. the user you want to sign in as)

-U, --tunnel-user-name

The username to use for the initial ssh tunnel.

(a.k.a. the user running sshnpd)

-i, --identity-file

Identity file to use for the ssh connection.


Passphrase for identity file.

-s, --send-ssh-public-key

Send the ssh public key to the remote host for automatic authorization.


Number of seconds after which inactive ssh connections will be closed

(Defaults to "15")

-o, --local-ssh-options

Additional ssh options which are passed to the ssh program.


Enable this flag to pass the -o, --local-ssh-options to the initial ssh tunnel instead of the ssh session.


Which ssh-client to use, openssh (default) or pure-dart.


Request is to a legacy (< 4.0.0) noports daemon.

-x, --output-execution-command

Output the ssh execution command instead of executing it.


Pass command line arguments via an environment file.


List devices which have discovery (-u) enabled.

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