[JIRA] (JENKINS-7830) using environment variable for local port of ssh tunnel

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[JIRA] (JENKINS-7830) using environment variable for local port of ssh tunnel

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Lorrin Nelson commented on JENKINS-7830:
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BTW, what's got me confused is that I'm upgrading from an old version of the plug-in in which you configured both ends of the SSH tunnel (like this http://wiki.hudson-ci.org/display/HUDSON/Sauce+OnDemand+Plugin). With the current UI, you only input a "Sauce OnDemand Host" and "Sauce OnDemand Port". What does that mean? Don't I need a host and port to point the browser at (formerly "domain" and "remote port") and then a host and port that traffic should go to on my local network (formerly "local host" and "local port"). In the current UI, I don't get whether I'm configuring the port the browser should hit to go into the tunnel or the port my app is listening on when the traffic comes out.
               

> using environment variable for local port of ssh tunnel
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>                 Key: JENKINS-7830
>                 URL: https://issues.jenkins-ci.org/browse/JENKINS-7830
>             Project: Jenkins
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: sauce-ondemand
>            Reporter: scytacki
>            Assignee: Ross Rowe
>             Fix For: current
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> I use an environment variable to set the port used by the local server that I want to test.  I do this because we want to be able to build/test the hudson job on multiple slave nodes at the same time.  We currently have those slave nodes running on the same machine. If the port is hard coded then I can't startup multiple local servers at the same time because the port will be the same for each and will conflict.
> So it would be helpful if the sauce-ondemand plugin would allow using environment variables for the "Local Port" setting.

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