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This is the command plink that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator

PROGRAM:

NAME


plink - PuTTY link, command line network connection tool

SYNOPSIS


plink [options] [user@]host [command]

DESCRIPTION


plink is a network connection tool supporting several protocols.

OPTIONS


The command-line options supported by plink are:

-V Show version information and exit.

-pgpfp Display the fingerprints of the PuTTY PGP Master Keys and exit, to aid in verifying
new files released by the PuTTY team.

-v Show verbose messages.

-load session
Load settings from saved session.

-ssh Force use of SSH protocol (default).

-telnet
Force use of Telnet protocol.

-rlogin
Force use of rlogin protocol.

-raw Force raw mode.

-serial
Force serial mode.

-P port
Connect to port port.

-l user
Set remote username to user.

-m path
Read remote command(s) from local file path.

-batch Disable interactive prompts.

-pw password
Set remote password to password. CAUTION: this will likely make the password
visible to other users of the local machine (via commands such as `w').

-L [srcaddr:]srcport:desthost:destport
Set up a local port forwarding: listen on srcport (or srcaddr:srcport if
specified), and forward any connections over the SSH connection to the destination
address desthost:destport. Only works in SSH.

-R [srcaddr:]srcport:desthost:destport
Set up a remote port forwarding: ask the SSH server to listen on srcport (or
srcaddr:srcport if specified), and to forward any connections back over the SSH
connection where the client will pass them on to the destination address
desthost:destport. Only works in SSH.

-D [srcaddr:]srcport
Set up dynamic port forwarding. The client listens on srcport (or srcaddr:srcport
if specified), and implements a SOCKS server. So you can point SOCKS-aware
applications at this port and they will automatically use the SSH connection to
tunnel all their connections. Only works in SSH.

-X Enable X11 forwarding.

-x Disable X11 forwarding (default).

-A Enable agent forwarding.

-a Disable agent forwarding (default).

-t Enable pty allocation (default if a command is NOT specified).

-T Disable pty allocation (default if a command is specified).

-1 Force use of SSH protocol version 1.

-2 Force use of SSH protocol version 2.

-C Enable SSH compression.

-i path
Private key file for user authentication.

-hostkey key
Specify an acceptable host public key. This option may be specified multiple times;
each key can be either a fingerprint (99:aa:bb:...) or a base64-encoded blob in
OpenSSH's one-line format.

Specifying this option overrides automated host key management; only the key(s)
specified on the command-line will be accepted (unless a saved session also
overrides host keys, in which case those will be added to), and the host key cache
will not be written.

-s Remote command is SSH subsystem (SSH-2 only).

-N Don't start a remote command or shell at all (SSH-2 only).

-sercfg configuration-string
Specify the configuration parameters for the serial port, in -serial mode.
configuration-string should be a comma-separated list of configuration parameters
as follows:

· Any single digit from 5 to 9 sets the number of data bits.

· `1', `1.5' or `2' sets the number of stop bits.

· Any other numeric string is interpreted as a baud rate.

· A single lower-case letter specifies the parity: `n' for none, `o' for odd,
`e' for even, `m' for mark and `s' for space.

· A single upper-case letter specifies the flow control: `N' for none, `X' for
XON/XOFF, `R' for RTS/CTS and `D' for DSR/DTR.

-sshlog logfile

-sshrawlog logfile
For SSH connections, these options make plink log protocol details to a file. (Some
of these may be sensitive, although by default an effort is made to suppress
obvious passwords.)

-sshlog logs decoded SSH packets and other events (those that -v would print).
-sshrawlog additionally logs the raw encrypted packet data.

MORE INFORMATION


For more information on plink, it's probably best to go and look at the manual on the
PuTTY web page:

http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/

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