Equivalent to knife-ec2 --ssh-gateway in kitchen-ec2?

Hi guys,

I am trying to use test kitchen-ec2 to provision ec2 instances in a private
subnetwork, which can only be accessed via ssh through a jump server. It
is possible to bootstrap servers in this subnetwork using knife ec2
----ssh-gateway [jump_server] Is there an equivalent in kitchen-ec2?
Looking at the documentation and a quick look at the code I couldn’t find a
similar option.

Thanks,

Luis

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Hi Luis

Would it be practical to use a remote vpn in to your target network?

Afaik you can perform ssh by proxy but im not sure on the details.
On 29 May 2015 21:24, “Luis Cosmes” lcosmes@financialforce.com wrote:

Hi guys,

I am trying to use test kitchen-ec2 to provision ec2 instances in a
private subnetwork, which can only be accessed via ssh through a jump
server. It is possible to bootstrap servers in this subnetwork using knife
ec2 ----ssh-gateway [jump_server] Is there an equivalent in kitchen-ec2?
Looking at the documentation and a quick look at the code I couldn’t find a
similar option.

Thanks,

Luis

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On May 29, 2015, at 1:23 PM, Luis Cosmes lcosmes@financialforce.com wrote:

Hi guys,

I am trying to use test kitchen-ec2 to provision ec2 instances in a private subnetwork, which can only be accessed via ssh through a jump server. It is possible to bootstrap servers in this subnetwork using knife ec2 ----ssh-gateway [jump_server] Is there an equivalent in kitchen-ec2? Looking at the documentation and a quick look at the code I couldn’t find a similar option.

It is not currently supported and my pull-req for it has bit rotted https://github.com/test-kitchen/test-kitchen/pull/294

You can try to port over those changes.

–Noah