sshuttle server for Docker
This image contains all that is needed to log in using sshuttle. It may also be used as a generic ssh server, for example, for port forwarding, etc. It is particularly useful for environments such as kubernetes or Docker Cloud that provide a private network between containers.
How to use it
set the environment variable
AUTHORIZED_KEYSto the key(s) that should be allowed to log in
mount a volume at /etc/ssh/keys which is a directory with the host keys. The key filenames should end with
key. Alternatively, add a layer to this image that includes that directory. Just don't push the image to a public repository, or else your host keys will become public.
run the image, and publish port 22
you can now ssh in as the user sshuttle
Example kubernetes deployment
apiVersion: v1 kind: Secret metadata: name: sshuttle namespace: sshuttle type: Opaque data: ecdsakey: [base64-encoded key] ed25519key: [base64-encoded key] rsakey: [base64-encoded key] --- apiVersion: v1 kind: ConfigMap metadata: name: sshuttle namespace: sshuttle data: authorizedkeys: "[user's public key]" --- apiVersion: extensions/v1beta1 kind: Deployment metadata: name: sshuttle namespace: sshuttle spec: replicas: 1 template: metadata: labels: role: sshuttle spec: containers: - name: sshuttle image: muchlearning/sshuttle-server:latest ports: - containerPort: 22 env: - name: AUTHORIZED_KEYS valueFrom: configMapKeyRef: name: sshuttle key: authorizedkeys volumeMounts: - name: keys mountPath: /etc/ssh/keys volumes: - name: keys secret: secretName: sshuttle --- apiVersion: v1 kind: Service metadata: name: sshuttle namespace: sshuttle labels: role: sshuttle spec: selector: role: sshuttle ports: - name: ssh port: 2222 targetPort: 22 protocol: TCP externalIPs: - [your public IP]