Importing and exporting

Import and export allows you manage a large number of tunnels in a more advanced way.

SSH Tunnel supports import and export tunnels and its settings with JSON format - simple enough and human-readable.

Here is an example of exported JSON file:

    [
      {
        "ssh_host" : "127.0.0.1",
        "check_host_ip" : true,
        "connect_timeout" : 15,
        "forwardings" : [
          {
            "enabled" : true,
            "host" : "my-remote-server",
            "type" : "local",
            "hostport" : 32342,
            "port" : 43454
          }
        ],
        "connection_attempts" : 999,
        "no_host_auth_localhost" : false,
        "server_alive_count_max" : 3,
        "ssh_user" : "brantyoung",
        "compression" : false,
        "gateway_ports" : false,
        "strict_hostkey_checking" : true,
        "private_key" : "ad3366b71503d81f50ba9a2b9d12b866c01cf4fd",
        "auth_method" : "password",
        "server_alive_interval" : 8,
        "tunnel_name" : "Home Machine as Proxy Server",
        "address_familly" : "any",
        "tcp_keepalive" : false,
        "ssh_port" : 22,
        "auto_connect" : false
      },
    ]<br>

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