Ocean Park Software: Using ssh with Public Key Authentication, AgentForward, and Keychain
Dec 23, 2002, 11:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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[ Thanks to Dennis G.
Allard for this link. ]
"This page collects into one place the essential steps needed to
generate a private/public key pair and use ssh to connect to remote
hosts without having to enter your password or passphrase more than
once per boot of your trusted workstation.
"The idea is that you can engage in a 'multi-machine ssh
session' in which all authentication is tunneled back to the first
machine from which you started your session.
"This means you can securely ssh around the net to hosts on
which you have accounts without entering your passphrase when you
connect, yet all connections and authentication occurs securely.
The article by Daniel Robbins on Agent forwarding and keychain
provides excellent overall background material. This page merely
serves to summarize configuration steps consisely..."