How to speeding up SSH session creation

You can reuse OpenSSH connections to the same server when you want to open subsequent connections to the same server. For example, if I ran ssh vivek@server42.cyberciti.biz, the ssh client will establish a new SSH connection. It usually takes only a few seconds. However, if I run ssh vivek@server42.cyberciti.biz command again, connecting to a server42.cyberciti.biz multiple times result into the overhead.

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This tutorial talks about ssh features called multiplexing that reuse an already-established connection when creating a new SSH session.


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