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I have port-forward tunnels that survive reboots, re-establish after network interruptions, etc. When you've worked through it once, it's very simple to replicate, and it's a very useful skill to ...
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    I have port-forward tunnels that survive reboots, re-establish after network interruptions, etc. When you've worked through it once, it's very simple to replicate, and it's a very useful skill to have
    Through the ifupdown scripts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kloschüssel View Post
    Through the ifupdown scripts?
    No. The tunnels are layered on top of the network startup so I fire them in rc.local to ensure other services are already initialized.

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