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I have a Linux module.

I need to receive messages via SSH and transmit them using serial and vice versa.

Basically I want a pipe or a gateway between a SSH and Serial device.

Can anyone provide some guidance as to how it can be done.

  • use ssh tunnel. – Ipor Sircer Nov 3 '16 at 13:00
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    What is a "Linux module"? Do you have a consistent device name? What have you tried so far? What didn't work? You might start by looking at minicom or setserial and raw device access. – symcbean Nov 3 '16 at 13:03
  • I am using the the Synapse E10. I have been able to establish a ssh connection to a remote host. I now just want help to forward the messages from remote host to a client on the serial port of E10. – Danush Tr Nov 7 '16 at 16:00
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You can specify a command for ssh to run on the remote system by appending it to the end of the command line. If your 'print to serial' app/module takes input on stdin, you can simply do this:

ssh user@host "print_to_serial_command"

That will connect your ssh session to the stdin/stdout of the remote process, so you can pipe your input to the ssh command, use a here document, etc.

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