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The following connection types support SSH Tunneling:

Connection Type

Credential Types

Documentation

D s conntype
typecloud_sqlserver

SSH Basic,SSH Key

Microsoft SQL Server Connections

D s conntype
typemongodb

SSH Basic,SSH Key

MongoDB Connections

D s conntype
typemysql

SSH Basic,SSH Key

MySQL Connections

D s conntype
typeoracle
SSH Basic,SSH KeyOracle Database Connections
D s conntype
typepostgres

SSH Basic,SSH Key

PostgreSQL Connections

D s conntype
typesqlserver

SSH Basic,SSH Key

Microsoft SQL Server Connections

D s conntype
typeteradata

SSH Basic,SSH Key

Teradata Connections

Configure

You can enable the SSH tunneling check box and configure the advanced options. 

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For more information, see Create Connection Window.

Basic Properties

PropertyDescription
SSH tunneling host

If you are using SSH tunneling, please specify the SSH host for tunneling into your infrastructure.

Advanced Credential TypeDepending on the type, you must specify the properties for the credentials to use to connection. See sections below.

SSH Tunneling Basic

PropertyDescription
SSH Tunneling User Name

(optional) Username with which to authenticate to the SSH tunnel.

In some environments, a username may be optional.

SSH Tunneling PasswordPassword for the username

SSH Tunneling with Key

Info

NOTE: Use of an SSH key that requires a passphrase is not supported.


PropertyDescription
SSH Tunneling User Name

(optional) Username with which to authenticate to the SSH tunnel.

In some environments, a username may be optional.

SSH Tunneling SSH Key

Key used to access the SSH tunnel.

Info

NOTE: This key must be generated in legacy OpenSSH format. See below.


Generate SSH key

Please use the following command to generate an SSH key from the node where the database server node:

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Info

NOTE: Use of these references in the Connect String Options for an SSH-enabled connection is required.


ItemReference
hostname${host}
port number${port}

 Example:

Code Block
(DESCRIPTION = (ADDRESS_LIST = (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = ${host})(PORT = ${port})))(CONNECT_DATA = (SERVICE_NAME = ORCL)))

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