If your system (for example, Redshift) is behind an SSH bastion or otherwise requires an SSH tunnel, you can use this public key:

ssh-rsa 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 Faraday incoming keypair (RSA

Then we will need

  1. The SSH user you want us to use (e.g. faraday)

  2. The SSH host (e.g. my-bastion-ssh.example.com)

  3. The public DNS name of the private host (e.g., my-bi.sud02kjs82.us-east-1.redshift.amazonaws.com:5439) or, if that DNS name is not publicly discoverable, then the internal IP address (e.g., 10.0.5.1)

Note that all the DNS names above (SSH host and private host) must be publicly discoverable - i.e. they can't be names like my-bi.private.internal. In that case you can provide a private IP address.

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