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High Performance SSH/SCP - HPN-SSH Server and Client With X-Forwarding support.
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ssh-hpn-x

On Docker hub ssh-hpn-x
on Github docker-ssh-hpn-x

High Performance SSH/SCP - HPN-SSH with X-Forwarding support.
OpenSSH_6.8p1-hpn14v5, OpenSSL 1.0.2a 19 Mar 2015

Docker Images Structure

yantis/archlinux-tiny

yantis/archlinux-small

yantis/archlinux-small-ssh-hpn

yantis/ssh-hpn-x

yantis/dynamic-video

yantis/virtualgl

yantis/wine

This layer adds 33MB to the [archlinux-small-ssh-hpn]
(https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/yantis/archlinux-small-ssh-hpn/) layer. You would run it just like you would that one but this time include
a -X (or -Y if that doesn't work) when SSHing in.

ssh -Y docker@hostname -p 49158

Preinstalled with xterm, xeyes, and xcalc for testing.
You should be able to type any of those out of the box and it should work.

There are security implications associated with X-Forwarding.
It is advisable to read up on it. This is a good post
If you absolutly trust the host you should be fine (ie: as an example I run X-forwarding on AWS where my IP is the only allowed IP in security group).

Here is a screenshot of wireshark launched on an AWS ec2 instance.

If you have AWS and If this is something you want to play with check out the launch.sh
script on github. It will create a new AWS ec2 instance, install docker and launch the container then log you in. It should work with the AWS free tier.

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