How do I manage my SSH connections on the Terminal just like how I used to do on Putty?

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    I am using sshto (https://github.com/vaniacer/sshto) on Mac. You may need to install brew (https://brew.sh/) and dialog. Also with .ssh/config it is very useful.

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  • sshto

    Small bash script to manage your ssh connections. It builds menu (via dialog) from your ~/.ssh/config. It can not only connect but also to run commands, copy files, tunnel ports.

    I am using sshto (https://github.com/vaniacer/sshto) on Mac. You may need to install brew (https://brew.sh/) and dialog. Also with .ssh/config it is very useful.

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