ssh_tunnel statistics: kent-pc to zippy

Time: 2017-Oct-14 16:00:15 Sat

Current tunnel state: disabled          Current tunnel condition: DOWN

loader stats

------ loader (pid: 3092 ) ------------ (v3.31 2006-05-29) ----- State: disabled DOWN
Time:                2017-Aug-28 14:03:13 Mon
client:              kent-pc
server:              zippy
client heartbeat:    Client Heartbeat
server heartbeat:    Server Heartbeat
server heartbeat 1:  Server Heartbeat 1
server heartbeat 2:  Server Heartbeat 2
server heartbeat 3:  Server Heartbeat 3
server heartbeat 4:  Server Heartbeat 4
Sleep time:          300
loader loop counter: 0
bad port tests:      0     last: none yet
failed file updates: 0     last: none yet
tunnels killed:      3     last: 2017-Aug-28 13:54:31 Mon
emails sent:         0     last: none yet
email addresses:     john@larsen-family.us
loader started:      YYYY-MMM-DD HH:MM:SS DOW
debug flags:         0x40000000

tunnel stats

------ tunnel (pid: 3336 ) ------------ (v3.31 2006-05-29) ----- State: enabled UP
Time:                2017-May-27 12:36:22 Sat
client:              kent-pc
server:              zippy
client heartbeat:    Sat May 27 12:36:18 MDT 2017
server heartbeat:    2017-May-27 14:36:18 Sat
Sleep time:          300
tunnel loop counter: 6
bad port tests:      0     last: none yet
emails sent:         1     last: 2017-May-27 12:11:13 Sat
email addresses:     john@larsen-family.us
tunnel started:      2017-May-27 12:11:15 Sat
debug flags:         0x40000000

Current users, uptime, and load average

 16:00:15 up  3:31,  1 user,  load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
USER     TTY        LOGIN@   IDLE   JCPU   PCPU WHAT

Current processes

UID        PID  PPID  C STIME TTY          TIME CMD
jlarsen    836     1  0 12:29 ?        00:00:00 /usr/bin/cygrunsrv
jlarsen   1300   836  0 12:29 ?        00:00:00 /usr/sbin/cron -n
jlarsen   3784  1300  0 15:01 ?        00:00:00 /usr/sbin/cron -n
jlarsen   4284  3784  0 15:01 ?        00:00:00 /usr/bin/bash /home/jlarsen/backup/backup.cron
jlarsen   4692  3784  0 15:01 ?        00:00:01 /usr/sbin/sendmail -FCronDaemon -odi -oem -oi -t
jlarsen    820  4284  0 15:01 ?        00:00:00 /usr/bin/bash /home/jlarsen/diskusage/diskusage -n 50 -e john@larsen-family.us
jlarsen   4136   820  9 15:03 ?        00:05:26 du -hs $Recycle.Bin 0478be217fa143894a642865f2 6697f6d8db7f71d40cff5cb9251a76 7ab20b7a460db795cdf295 BOOTSECT.BAK Boot C_drive_on_Win98_computer Config.Msi DELL Documents and Settings Drivers Genealogy John_Larsen_pictures MSOCache PerfLogs Program Files ProgramData Quicken 2003 System System Volume Information TurboTax Users WD USB 2 (H) - Shortcut.lnk Windows Windows Explorer.lnk autoexec.bat bootmgr c036cf86adc55e811a config.sys cygwin cygwin.old cygwin_packages dell.sdr desktop.ini dlcq.log doctemp filelist-100328.txt found.000 found.001 found.002 found.003 home junk pagefile.sys pidgin-2.6.3.exe setupfax.log sqmdata00.sqm sqmdata01.sqm sqmdata02.sqm sqmnoopt00.sqm sqmnoopt01.sqm sqmnoopt02.sqm temp video.dat
jlarsen   5096  1300  0 16:00 ?        00:00:00 /usr/sbin/cron -n
jlarsen   6096     1  6 16:00 ?        00:00:00 /usr/bin/perl -w /home/jlarsen/ssh_tunnel/zippy/ssh_tunnel.pl
jlarsen   5456  6096  0 16:00 ?        00:00:00 /usr/bin/procps -edf

Current netstat


Active Connections

  Proto  Local Address          Foreign Address        State
  TCP    127.0.0.1:49866        Kent-PC:49867          ESTABLISHED
  TCP    127.0.0.1:49867        Kent-PC:49866          ESTABLISHED
  TCP    127.0.0.1:50514        Kent-PC:50515          TIME_WAIT
  TCP    127.0.0.1:50515        Kent-PC:50514          TIME_WAIT
  TCP    127.0.0.1:50516        Kent-PC:50517          TIME_WAIT
  TCP    127.0.0.1:50518        Kent-PC:50519          TIME_WAIT
  TCP    127.0.0.1:50521        Kent-PC:50522          TIME_WAIT
  TCP    127.0.0.1:50523        Kent-PC:50524          TIME_WAIT
  TCP    192.168.0.2:49167      sea16:http             ESTABLISHED
  TCP    192.168.0.2:50151      r-253-42-234-77:http   CLOSE_WAIT
  TCP    192.168.0.2:50520      8.253.1.248:http       ESTABLISHED
  TCP    192.168.0.2:50525      173-14-166-5-NewEngland:ms-v-worlds  TIME_WAIT
  TCP    192.168.0.2:50527      173-14-166-5-NewEngland:ssh  TIME_WAIT

crontab file

# DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE - edit the master and reinstall.
# (/tmp/crontab.V4n5bl1cAP installed on Sun Jul 16 13:09:55 2017)
# (Cron version V5.0 -- $Id: crontab.c,v 1.12 2004/01/23 18:56:42 vixie Exp $)
MAILTO=john@larsen-family.us

# Test cron-----------------------------------------------------------
#* * * * * echo "Testing crontab";touch /home/jlarsen/crontest 

# Uptime Tracking ----------------------------------------------------
0 * * * * /usr/bin/w; /usr/bin/df

# DAILY BACKUPS ------------------------------------------------------
# Perform daily mode backups Monday through Saturday
#01 3 * * 1-6 /home/jlarsen/backup/backup daily -f /home/jlarsen/backup/daily.dirlist -e john@larsen-family.us,kjacomb@msn.com
#01 3 * * 1-6 /home/jlarsen/backup/backup daily -f /home/jlarsen/backup/daily.dirlist -e john@larsen-family.us

# WEEKLY BACKUPS ------------------------------------------------------
# Perform weekly mode backups on Sunday
#01 3 * * 0 /home/jlarsen/backup/backup weekly -f /home/jlarsen/backup/weekly.dirlist -e john@larsen-family.us,kjacomb@msn.com
#01 3 * * 0 /home/jlarsen/backup/backup weekly -f /home/jlarsen/backup/weekly.dirlist -e john@larsen-family.us

# DISKUSAGE -----------------------------------------------------------
#41 13 * * * /home/jlarsen/diskusage/diskusage -n 50 -e john@larsen-family.us

# BACKUPS -------------------------------------------------------------
01 15 * * * /home/jlarsen/backup/backup.cron
01 18 * * * /home/jlarsen/backup/backup.cron
01 21 * * * /home/jlarsen/backup/backup.cron
40 12 * * * /home/jlarsen/backup/backup.cron

# SSH_TUNNEL ----------------------------------------------------------
0,10,20,30,40,50 * * * * /home/jlarsen/ssh_tunnel/zippy/ssh_tunnel.pl

loader.conf file

# Filename:  loader.conf
# Description:  This is the configuration file for the loader portion of the 
# ssh_tunnel program.  Once configured the contents of this file never change.  
# This insures that the loader will always operate.  It is important not to 
# change the formatting of this file because it is read by the ssh_tunnel and 
# processed using perl which is expecting things to be in certain locations.
#
# loader.conf has two sections:
# 1. Configuration information such as the names of the ssh and sshd
#    hosts, the working directories on each host, and other data as needed.
# 2. The ssh host configuration for the loader program is in this file.
#    That configuration should never change.  It needs to be at the end
#    of the file because ssh uses everything between "Host" entries as
#    configuration.  There is only one Host section in this file.
#
########################################################################
# The following section contains host information 
# SSH_CLIENT      kent-pc
# SSH_CLIENT_DIR  /home/jlarsen/ssh_tunnel/zippy
# SSH_SERVER      zippy
# SSH_SERVER_DIR  /home/tunnels/ssh_tunnel/kent-pc
#
########################################################################
# The following section is the ssh config file for the loader program.
# IMPORTANT!  The path on the client MUST have the SSH_SERVER name in
# it.  The script uses this name is search strings and it MUST be there.
Host loader
HostName larsen-family.us
Port = 22
UserKnownHostsFile = /home/jlarsen/ssh_tunnel/zippy/known_hosts
User = tunnels
IdentityFile = /home/jlarsen/ssh_tunnel/zippy/id_rsa.kent-pc

tunnel.conf file

# Filename:  tunnel.conf
#
# Description:  This is the configuration file for the tunnel and pulse sections of the 
# ssh_tunnel program.  The contents of this file can be changed during program execution.
# It is important not to change the formatting of the file because it is processed
# using perl which is expecting things to be in certain locations.
#
# tunnel.conf has three sections:
# 1. Configuration information such as email addresses and thresholds.
# 2. The ssh host configuration for the tunnel.  This consists of two
#    host definitions, tunnel and heartbeat.  The tunnel is the permanent
#    connection and defines port forwarding.  The heartbeat uses one of 
#    the forwarded ports to write and copy heartbeat files between the
#    ssh client and the ssh server.  Changing heartbeats indicate that the
#    tunnel is functioning.
# 3. The webpage configuration section as described below.  This has the
#    ssh host configuration for updating a webpage on a webserver.
#
################################################################################
# The following section contains configuration information.  DON'T REMOVE the
# leading pound sign (#).  The lines must be commented or the files won't work
# for ssh.
#
# The tunnel is either "enabled" or "disabled" based on the value given
# below.  If disabled, then no processes are running on either the
# client or the server.  A cron job on the client runs ssh_tunnel.pl periodically
# to check if tunnel.conf has changed on the server.  If a change is detected
# then the new tunnel.conf file is transfered over.  If the tunnel state
# becomes "enabled" then the tunnel is activated.
# TUNNEL_STATE disabled
#
# The email addresses below receive diagnostic messages.  Separate
# multiple addresses with commas and no white space.  The word "none"
# turns off email sending and is the default.  The same email address
# is used by cron, loader, tunnel, and pulse.
# EMAIL_ADDRESS     john@larsen-family.us
#
# The threshold defined below is how many port failures are required
# before an email is sent.  Set this to "none" to turn this off.  If
# the ssh_server's ssh port isn't accessible then the loader kills 
# the tunnel.  This periodic email serves as a reminder that the tunnel
# is enabled but down.
# EMAIL_THRESHOLD   none
#
# The loader, tunnel, and pulse programs all have the same sleep value.
# The sleep time can be changed here.  It should be in the range of
# 60 to 3600 seconds.  Shorter sleep times increase system loading.
# The sleep time must be less than half the crontab time for ssh_tunnel.pl.
# SLEEP_TIME        300
#
#
################################################################################
# The following section is the ssh config file for the tunnel program.
# IMPORTANT!  The path on the client MUST have the SSH_SERVER name in
# it.  The script uses this name is search strings and it MUST be there.
#
# The ssh_server must be configured to allow remote port forwarding.  This 
# is normally off by default in the ssh_server's sshd_config file.  
# Set "GatewayPorts yes" in sshd_config.
#
# Important info about port numbers used in the "ssh_tunnel" and "heartbeat"
# sections below.  The "heartbeat" Port number must be the same as the last
# two port numbers in the "ssh_tunnel" section.  In this example 50022 is
# used.  The port number used must be unused by anything else on the two
# machines.  If you have multiple tunnels connecting to a single ssh_server
# be sure to use different port numbers.  The last two lines both use the
# name "localhost".  You could put the actual names of the ssh server and
# client instead, but using localhost is safest. If the machine's name
# were changed the tunnel would no longer work.  Using "localhost" guarantees
# the forwarding will work even if the machine's name changes.  The other 
# RemoteForward lines forward ports on the ssh server to ports on machines 
# on the LAN where the ssh client resides. These aren't required and should 
# be removed if not needed.
#
Host tunnel
HostName sml.dnsalias.org
Port = 22
UserKnownHostsFile = /home/jlarsen/ssh_tunnel/zippy/known_hosts
User = tunnels
IdentityFile = /home/jlarsen/ssh_tunnel/zippy/id_rsa.kent-pc
Compression = yes
RemoteForward = 54555 kent-pc:5910
RemoteForward = 55522 localhost:22
LocalForward = 55522 localhost:22

################################################################################
Host heartbeat
HostName localhost
Port = 55522
UserKnownHostsFile = /home/jlarsen/ssh_tunnel/zippy/known_hosts
User = tunnels
IdentityFile = /home/jlarsen/ssh_tunnel/zippy/id_rsa.kent-pc

################################################################################
Host pulse
HostName localhost
Port = 55522
UserKnownHostsFile = /home/tunnels/ssh_tunnel/kent-pc/known_hosts
User = jlarsen
IdentityFile = /home/tunnels/ssh_tunnel/kent-pc/id_rsa.kent-pc
#IdentityFile = /home/tunnels/ssh_tunnel/kent-pc/id_rsa.merlinthemad

################################################################################
# Note: This section must be last in tunnel.conf.
# A webpage will be copied to the directory set by WEBSERVER_DIR below.  The
# default value "none" turns this feature off.  Change "none" to the directory
# path where the webpage should be copied.  The "webpage" host information 
# below must also be changed to valid values to make this work.
# WEBSERVER_DIR     /home/tunnels/ssh_tunnel_html
#
# The filename of the webpage copied to the webserver defaults to
# SSH_CLIENT_to_SSH_SERVER.html.  To choose a different name replace the
# word "default" on the line below with the desired name.
# WEBPAGE_FILENAME  default
#
# A copy of the webpage can be put in the directory define by WEBPAGE_LOCAL_DIR.
# Change "none" to a valid directory to enable this feature.
# WEBPAGE_LOCAL_DIR  none
#
# The webpage update rate defaults to once per sleep time. Change the value below
# to select a different rate.  The update rate is the number of times through the
# loader while loop before updating the webpage.  This value is ignored when events
# occur such as the tunnel going down or during startup.  The webpage is updated
# for all non normal runtime events.
# WEBPAGE_UPDATE_RATE   1
#
Host webpage
HostName sml.dnsalias.org
Port = 22
UserKnownHostsFile = /home/jlarsen/ssh_tunnel/zippy/known_hosts.webpage
User = tunnels
IdentityFile = /home/jlarsen/ssh_tunnel/zippy/id_rsa.kent-pc