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SSH Connection - multiple connections to the same host

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Hi..

it seems that it is not possible to open more then one connection to a host.
If you work with SSH its often needed to connect one host multiple times

Clock11 mths

Hello Maik,

this feature is already possible - please check the Advanced section from the SSH Shell Entry for the Option "Allow open multiple connections"
Attached a screen - (multiple connections to the same host works flawless) Cool
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Best Regards,
Min

Clock11 mths

Hi Min..

Thanks!
Is there a way to set the standard ? Because I have 100+ SSH connections wink

Clock11 mths

Hi Maik,

of course! smile You have the choice - you can

-) Batch Edit all the existing connections
-) Create a template, configure all the preferred settings (also Jump Host for example wink ) and use this template for all new SSH Shell types

For Batch Edit all your existing connections you have to mark all the connections you would like to change --> Batch Edit --> Batch Actions and Custom Powershell Command
Enter this command and click OK:


$Connection.MetaInformation.AllowMultipleConnections = "True"
$RDM.Save();


Best Regards,
Min

Clock11 mths

Hello guys,

Sorry to jump into your post, but you can also leave the option in your entries to Default and change the Allow Multiple Connections option to True in File -> Options -> General. Then, all your sessions set to Default should work as expected.

Best regards,



Jeff Dagenais

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Clock11 mths

Thanks Jeff,

I forgot to mention the easiest way smile Looks like that I think too complicated wink

Happy Holidays btw smile Toast

Clock11 mths

Hello Min,

Happy holidays to you too smile

Best regards,



Jeff Dagenais

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Clock11 mths

Happy new Year wink

Thanks for the Support, it worked !

Clock11 mths