Persistent SSH Alternatives

    Persistent SSH is described as 'is SSH tunnel manager for a Windows systems. It works as system service and automatically restarts SSH tunnel if it was dropped by some reason'. There are six alternatives to Persistent SSH for Windows, Linux and Mac. The best alternative is iTivity SSH Manager, which is free. Other great apps like Persistent SSH are SSH Tunnel Manager (Free), MyEnTunnel (Free), Tunnel Manager (Free, Open Source) and AutoPuTTY (Free).

    This page was last updated Jun 11, 2019

    1. iTivity SSH Manager is an automated tunnel management and access management solution designed for teams. It is easy to deploy, effortless to maintain, and infinitely scalable.
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    2. SSH Tunnel Manager is a tool to manage SSH Tunnels (commonly invoked with -L and -R arguments in the console). With SSH Tunnel Manager you can set up as many tunnels as you wish, each one containing as many port redirections as you wish.


    3. MyEnTunnel is a simple system tray application (or NT service) that establishes and maintains TCP SSH tunnels. It does this by launching Plink (PuTTY Link) in the background and then monitors the process. If the Plink process dies (e.g.

      Discontinued

      The official website is no longer accessible, but has been archived by Internet Archive (https://web.archive.org/web/20161029055944/http://nemesis2.qx.net/pages/MyEnTunnel) and the installer is available via Software Informer (http://myentunnel.software.informer.com/).

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    4. This is a python program that helps me to manage the SSH tunnels that I use regularly for secure remote connectivity to my office and home networks.
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    5. AutoPuTTY is a simple connection manager / launcher · Manage a server list and connect thru PuTTY, WinSCP, Microsoft Terminal Server and VNC (only VNC 3.

      Discontinued

      Last update to this application was 2012. The latest version, 0.24.3, is still available from the official website.



    6. gSTM is a front-end for managing SSH-tunneled port redirects. It stores tunnel configurations in a simple XML format. The tunnels (local, remote and dynamic) can be managed and individually started/stopped through one simple interface.
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