Connecting via SSH tunnel
  • 07 Dec 2022
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Connecting via SSH tunnel

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This is a machine-translated version of the original Japanese article.
Please understand that some of the information contained on this page may be inaccurate.


By setting up an SSH tunnel between trocco and the server provided by the customer, it is possible to connect to the customer's data source via the SSH tunnel.

The following data sources are supported. Others will be supported sequentially.

  • Aurora MySQL
  • MySQL
  • Oracle Database
  • PostgreSQL
  • Amazon Redshift
  • SQL Server

You can configure the SSH tunnel from the settings of each connection information.
Performs an SSH connection to the specified host using a private key or password.


  • Servers that tunnel with trocco and SSH must allow connections from trocco's IP.
    Please allow the following IPs:,,

How to set it up

On the connection information setting screen, check Connect via SSH.
* If the connection information does not support SSH tunnels, it will not be displayed.


Input field

You can make an SSH connection with a private key or password.

SSH HostYesPlease find the IP address of the host you want to SSH to.
SSH portYesPlease use the port number of the SSH destination host.
SSH UserYesEnter the SSH connection username.
SSH PasswordNoEnter the password for the SSH connection.
SSH private keyNoEnter your SSH private key.
SSH private key passphraseNoEnter the passphrase for your SSH private key.

More information

  • The SSH tunnel is stretched before the transfer and closed after the transfer is complete.
  • Since the server environment for the transfer is separate, the SSH tunnel is not shared between customers.

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