I've got a question that I've not been able to find an answer for. I have two computers, both of which run Ubuntu Linux 12.04. I have set up my first computer ("home") to be able to SSH into my second computer ("remote") using public/private RSA key authentication.
This is not the first SSH connection that have set up using key authentication on my home computer, so my home computer has several id_rsa private keyfiles (each of which is for a different computer to SSH into). Thus, I am able to successfully SSH only when I specify a keyfile (in
-i option), using
ssh username@ipaddress -i path/to/keyfile/id_rsa.2.
That works great. However, I would also like to use
sshfs, which mounts the remote filesystem. While
ssh seems to play nice with multiple keys, I can't find a way to get
sshfs to use the correct private key ("id_rsa.2").
Is there a way to get
sshfs to do this?