I own a Macintosh laptop (10.11.2) that I would like to create a permanent reverse SSH tunnel.
This way, when I switch network, or the computer is stolen, I can remotely SSH into the device independent on what network it is on.
Currently, I run this command from when I am on the laptop, but if my network gets interrupted, I have to run it again.
ssh -N -R 2000:localhost:22 root@my_server_ip
(and then run
ssh -p 2000 localhost on my home server)
But if my laptop switches network, or I am not physically on it to run the command, the reverse SSH tunnel does not work.
Is there any mac command line solution for this?