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I don't have any, but I did bump into this other article that you might find interesting:

SSH: More than secure shell

"This article covers less common SSH use cases, such as:

using passwordless, key-based login;
setting up local per-host configurations;
exporting a local service through a firewall;
accessing a remote service through a firewall;
setting up a SOCKS proxy for Firefox;
executing commands remotely from scripts;
transfering files to/from remote machines;
mounting a filesystem through SSH; and
triggering admin scripts from a phone."

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