Assume that I have an ssh tunnel running in the background, e.g.:
ssh -L 1478:localhost:1478 admin@m1 -N
And I want to connect to
m1, however, in the time between starting the tunnel and now, I've lost the ability to ssh into the machine (the tunnel, however, is still working).
Is there a way to use the existing tunnel to ssh into the machine (as in, open a console that sends commands to that machine as the user
I know this would be trivial if I opened the tunnel without the
-N argument, but I'm unsure if it can be done when opening tunnels this way.