Re: Start SSH tunnel at boot
I figured it out. Just for those searching for an answer I will add some info here.
You have to add the RSA keys and import them to the endpoint. There is lots of documentation on the net about this. This makes it so the password isn't an issue. If your endpoint is ubuntu it is simple. My endpoint is FreeBSD so I had to jump through a few hoops but it worked out. I had to add a -N to the script to make it invisible. I then set it to fire on startup.
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