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I have to connect to a remote access server that is the base connection to connect to other remote locations from. I do not have access directly to these devices from my local host. Is it possible to connect connect through the first ssh into a second ssh and running a tcpdump on the second host streaming a pcap file all the way back to the localhost? Or maybe using iterm2 to log the terminal session and converting those files to pcap? Is any of this possible without creating a ssh tunnel to the second ssh connection?

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