I am trying to set a ssh session over a double hop with different users on each hop to transfer files easily via fish/sftp.
my .ssh/config look like
Host middle_server User foo Hostname 192.168.xx.xx Host www.server.org target User bar HostName www.server.org ProxyCommand ssh middle_server nc %h %p 2> /dev/null
The connection to middle server is secure by rsa key, and direct from the middle server to the target with the bar user.
When I try to connect to the target, I got the following error:
[foo@localhost]$ ssh target Enter passphrase for key '/home/foo/.ssh/id_rsa': Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic).
I can connect with the 2 following methods, so I guess the bar user is not used for the second hop, but I have no idea of what can be the cause.
[foo@localhost]$ ssh middle_server Enter passphrase for key '/home/foo/.ssh/id_rsa': [foo@middle_server ~]$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org [bar@www ~]$
[foo@localhost]$ ssh -A -t foo@middle_server ssh -A email@example.com Enter passphrase for key '/home/foo/.ssh/id_rsa': [bar@www ~]$
Any help will be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance!