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Timeout to abolish ssh connection command it takes too long

Hi,

I am running a ssh connection test in a script, how can I add a timeout to abolish the process if it takes too long?

ssh -i ~/.ssh/ssl_key useraccount@computer1

Thank you.

- j
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Add tou your ssh:
Code:
-o ConnectTimeout=n

Where n is compute as seconds.
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