|-h||Prints short listing of gotthard options.|
|Choose an alternate configuration file. The default configuration file is /etc/gotthard.conf.|
In the configuration file you define on which address gotthard shall listen for client connections, the address the https proxy listens on, and which external address to connect to after passing through the https proxy. The external host is the one running sshd(8). After gotthard has been started you can establish connections like in this example:
ssh -p 2222 hacki@localhost
If the https proxy needs user authentication, you can do so by using the auth option in the configuration file. This string must be in the format <username>:<password>.
The following is an example configuration file:
auth user:password listen 127.0.0.1:2222 proxy 10.0.0.1:3128 external 192.168.0.1:22
/etc/gotthard.conf default configuration file ~HOME/.gotthard/gotthard.log log file ~HOME/.gotthard/gotthard.pid pid file
First version of gotthard was written in 2001.
Daniel Hartmeier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Marcus Glocker <email@example.com>