Consider the following command (which is part of a script I'm writing):
ssh -oClearAllForwardings=yes -NL 5555:localhost:5555 foo
ClearAllForwardings=yes because I might have
LocalForward options in my ssh config and I don't want these to happen within this command (if they're already being forwarded elsewhere and it'll warn about port in use which is confusing when running this script).
But it seems that
ClearAllForwardings=yes causes ssh to completely ignore ALL forwards, even when given later on the command line.
I can't tell ssh to completely ignore
~/.ssh/config because that contains the information about how to reach
So how can I get ssh to ignore
~/.ssh/config but still allow forwarding a specific port on the command line?