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I am trying to mount through sshfs (with osxfuse, former macfuse) a folder on a router. Unfortunately the router doesn't replay directly with a standard command line but requires a couple of commands to invoke it, something like this:

local$ ssh user@router
Password:
OpenDG> system
OpenDG> shell
remote$

To have it working I would therefore need to send some commands at the very beginning of the ssh session, before changing remote folder and mounting it. Unfortunately, looking at sshfs arguments, I fail to find anything related.

Do you have any idea how to handle this? Help would be greatly appreciated!

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Set up password-less ssh for that router then make a script to send commands via ssh local$ ssh router system and then local$ ssh router shell and then put your sshfs command last.

.ssh/rc is another option.

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