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Tool to connect to multiple SSH servers and broadcast commands.

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It's a little tool that allows you to connect to multiple SSH tunnels at the same time and broadcast commands instantly.

pip install master-ssh

Or clone from Github:

git clone
cd master-ssh
python install

To run the program you can feed credentials to it from URL or from a file. Source of the web page and file must be in CSV format:


Getting credentials:

master-ssh --cred-file /path/to/credentials.txt


master-ssh --cred-url https://mydomain.tld/credentials

or if you wish to connect to specific servers:

master-ssh --cred-url https://mydomain.tld/credentials --servers hostname,hostname2,...

Connecting to servers:

To send command to 1 server only use the following command pattern:

#[hostname] [command]


To see all available internal commands write:

master-ssh$ #help

or just:

master-ssh$ #

If you wish to send your command to only 1 specific server, use the following command:

master-ssh$ #hostname uname -a

If you wish to send commands to more than 1 specific server just separate them with commas like this:

master-ssh$ #hostname,hostname2 uname -a

If you want to ignore specific servers from your server list, use the following command:

master-ssh$ #ignore:hostname,hostname2 uname -a

If you wish to close the program, simply write exit:

master-ssh$ exit

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