[Twisted-Python] database connection through ssh tunnel using twisted

Yves Glodt yves at sita.lu
Wed Aug 31 09:45:23 EDT 2005

Yves Glodt wrote:
> Hello,
> (I am new to twisted, so please excuse me if my question is not 
> appropriate...)
> I am using the python module kinterbasdb [1] for connecting to a 
> Firebird DB, and I wonder if it's possible, using twisted, to pass this 
> connection through a ssh tunnel, which should be created on the fly by 
> twisted (without running a /usr/bin/ssh commandline)...

Sorry for selfreplying, but I guess I need the conch.ssh.forwarding module:

The doc is a little spartanic, does anybody have an example around...?

I need a forwarding from box_a:3051 <-ssh-over-internet-> box_b:3050

box_a is my local box where my python daemon is running. This daemon 
connects from time to time to box_b over the internet.


> best regards and thanks in advance,
> Yves
> [1]: 
> http://kinterbasdb.sourceforge.net/dist_docs/usage.html#tutorial_connect
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