Hide IP of source on Dest.
I want to connect to server via SSH without showing my IP on destination server
for example I want to connect from server1 to server2 and I can use server3 in middle but at final I want server1's IP to be hidden on server2.
I think it can be handling using SSH -L
Yes,You can achieve these using Port Fowarding .Look after these link
You can do that several ways. Here is one way using tunneling. First set up a tunnel:
$ ssh -L 2222:machine2.example.org:22 machine3.example.orgNext connecting to the tunnel will actually connect to the second host, machine2.
$ ssh -p 2222 remoteuser@localhostAnother way is to use ProxyCommand in the configuration, either in the ~/.ssh/config file or in the runtime arguments.
$ ssh -o 'ProxyCommand ssh %h nc machine2.example.org 22' -o 'HostKeyAlias machine2.example.org' machine3.example.org
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