Import - From Other SSH Clients to WebSSH
When you need to import connections into WebSSH, you can use the "webssh import" command line inside mashREPL.
Relatively Young Tool
- This tool has been introduced in version 24 of WebSSH in order to help users to import their connections from other SSH clients.
- This tool is relatively young and will be improved over time. Feel free to contact me if you have any question or suggestion.
Backup Your Data
- This tool is a powerful tool that can alter your data if you don't use it carefully or if a bug occurs (more likely)
- It is strongly advised to backup your data before using this tool.
From : ssh_config
When you use ssh_config inside WebSSH no connection is imported because by default this configuration file is only used to overwrite the default connection settings : learn more
In some cases, you may want to import your ssh_config aliases into WebSSH. To do so, you can use the following command line (dry run) :
webssh import sshconfig
If you want to import them, without any dry run, you can use the following command line :
webssh import sshconfig --apply
If you want to overwrite already existing connections (by alias name), you can use the following command line :
webssh import sshconfig --apply --overwrite
You can also specify a custom ssh_config filepath (since WebSSH 24.3) :
webssh import sshconfig --from-file my_config_file