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How to mount remote SSHFS via intermediate machine? Tunneling?

I can mount a filesystem over SSH directly with

$ sshfs hostname: mountpoint

However, in order to access a certain machine from an outside network, I must SSH through a chain of two computers.

localhost $ ssh hostname1
...
hostname1 $ ssh hostname2

Is there a way to mount a virtual filesystem with FUSE/SSHFS on my local machine to access a directory on hostname2?

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marked as duplicate by 8088, Renan, Randolph West, Canadian Luke, Diogo Aug 10 '12 at 11:43

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

You would set up SSH Tunnel and then you would mount the filesystem. I think your questions is a duplicate of How to mount remote SSHFS via intermediate machine? Tunneling?

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