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Best way to work over SSH (~250ms)

The server in question gives a pretty terrible latency of 250ms since it's on the other side of the globe. Now I'm supposed to develop software in that server, and as you'd guess, it's pretty ...
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Why do I experience latency to certain IP's

This one has me stumped. I read a lot and ask very few questions. I usually have 2 or 3 SSH sessions at any given time. Monitoring applications, working on server configs that type of daily grind. ...
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How to reduce latency with openssh?

I'm ssh-ing to a server several thousands kilometers away, and every keystroke takes 500-800ms, so it is getting annoying. Is it possible to have my ssh client cache each line I type locally and ...
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SSH and Latent Connections (e.g., satellite connections)

Most of the week I live in the city where I have a typical broadband connection, but most weekends I'm out of town and only have access to a satellite connection. Trying to work over SSH on a ...
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How to ssh in the face of huge (25 second) latency?

I need to create an ssh connection between two Linux machines running Centos v5 but the latency could be as high as 25 seconds. I find that if I test something approaching this configuration ...