Jump host support in client

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  • #44015
    timo
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    Hi,

    is there any way of directly configuring a jump host SSH proxy
    in the NoMachine client as it is possible in [removed]?

    I’m aware of opening a separate tunnel,
    but that is a bit circuitous for some of our users.
    Achieving that on an Android device is an even bigger challenge.

    Thanks and br,
    Timo

    #44338
    Britgirl
    Keymaster

    Hi Timo,

    did you already see the Proxy configuration in the Edit connection in the Player (see image)? Does that not satisfy your requirements?

    #44342
    timo
    Participant

    Hi,

    thanks for your answer.

    To my best knowledge our topology does not provide a HTTP or SOCKS5 proxy.

    We need to go the way opening a tunnel on a jumphost to the remote target like

    ssh user@jumphost -L [forwardport]:remotetarget:22

    and then connect via SSH protocol to localhost:[forwardport].

    That works but including the jumphost-connection directly into
    the client would definitely ease the use a lot for our coworkers.
    (Even more helpful on client platforms like Android)

    Br,
    Timo

    #44385
    Britgirl
    Keymaster

    So, in that case, SSH jumphost support is not available. What you could try is placing Cloud Server on the jumphost server? Cloud Server can be used as a gateway to broker connections to desktops/machines that are behind the cloud server, on the corporate network. Take a look at https://kb.nomachine.com/DT06S00225. This could be an option for you if you don’t want to allow direct SSH connections.

    #44391
    timo
    Participant

    Unfortunately, placing anything on the jumphost server is out of question in our case for various reason.

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