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10.5: How to use ssh using 'Back to My Mac'
Authored by: nvdingo on Apr 29, '08 07:56:39AM

It should be noted that the -vvv is unnecessary unless you really like a whole lot of debugging information (with 3 "v's", i do mean a WHOLE lot)
the -p 22 is also unnecessary as port 22 is the default SSH port.

Additionally, if the username you are logged in as on the machine you are using to connect to the remote mac is not the same as the username on the remote mac, you are definitely going to want to include the "-l <username>" option that is not present in the hint



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10.5: How to use ssh using 'Back to My Mac'
Authored by: fracai on Apr 29, '08 10:28:51AM

instead of -l you can also use user@host

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