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Hi there, I did not quite understand how you would access a firewalled remote and start Jupiter there. I assume Jupiter kernel is already running on the remote as a service that can be accessed through port 8888.

My point is that if you already have access to remote using SSH (i.e port 22 on remote is not blocked) then most remote management is already possible using a terminal - so why do we need to access remote terminal using Jupiter running on remote.

Cheers, bou