From Oli@21:1/151 to All on Fri Nov 29 17:54:50 2019
I also wonder if we should use QUIC instead of TCP+TLS?
I was able to establish a binkp connection over QUIC. I used quicssh , which
is just a QUIC to TCP reverse proxy server and a proxy client that uses stdin/stdout. Not much different than the combination of a TLS proxy (stunnel/haproxy/nginx) with ncat. The only SSH specific in quicssh thing was the hard-coded port number 22.
There was only the problem that the client does not exit after the session is closed. I hope there is an easy fix for it.