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Re: TRAMP problem report

From: Michael Albinus
Subject: Re: TRAMP problem report
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2008 13:43:09 +0100
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I wrote:

> "Robert A. Lerche" <address@hidden> writes:
>> Because the XO has only wireless network access, I am going through a
>> wireless access point that does NAT.  In order to initiate connections
>> from my laptop to the OLPC I first create a tunnel via "ssh -f -N -R
>> 10000:localhost:22 address@hidden" on the OLPC console.  This allows me to
>> open an SSH connection from archie (my laptop, on the "outside" of the
>> wireless access point) to the OLPC (behind it) via "ssh -p 10000
>> address@hidden".
> Tramp has some optimization code which applies a direct copy when Tramp
> "believes" it is on the local host. Your tunnel via port 10000 makes
> Tramp believe it. Hmm, bad.

It's not only the optimization code, there are other settings too
which are not working when you establish your tunnel. The problem is
shortly discussed in the Tramp manual, section "Reusing connection
related information".

Could you consider changing your ~/.ssh/config as it is proposed there?

>> Thanks for your help.

Best regards, Michael.

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