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Yes, of course you have to: rsync -e 'ssh -p 222' ... or: RSYNC_RSH='ssh -p 222' rsync ... Alternatively, you can specify in ~/.ssh/config that ssh connections to that host are to be on port 222 by default: Host that-host Port 222
You could try using a ssh tunnel. For example, on your computer, enter the following command (and keep the connection open): ssh -L 12345:SERVER-A:22 user@SERVER-0. This way, you can now connect Nautilus to localhost:12345, and it will connect you to SERVER-A, via SERVER-0. Depending on your configuration, you may need to authorize the forwarding to a ...
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