So I want to replace/augment them with my own SSH tunnels (better having multiple redundancy options for extremely remote - other side of the planet - IoT devices...).
I was hoping to do this with my pre-existing AWS EC2 instance (running Amazon Linux, equivalent to Red Hat).
Whenever I SSH into the EC2 instance, I have to use a .pem file.
I tried rayjoh's suggestion in an earlier discussion viewtopic.php?p=993843#p993843, with minor modification to include the .pem file. So I actually did the following:
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On pi ssh -i pemfile.pem -R 7575:localhost:7575 firstname.lastname@example.org On my Mac ssh -L 7575:localhost:7575 email@example.com
However, when I ran the first command (on the Pi), all it did was open a new SSH connection from the Pi to the EC2 instance (i.e. I could control the EC2 instance through the SSH connection I had made to control the Pi).
And when I ran the second command on the Mac, it simply connected to the EC2 instance.
My goal is to be able to remotely control the RPi from my Mac.
Could someone please explain what I'm doing wrong?
Thanks in advance.