So let’s set the stage. You’re writing a blog. This blog is kept in a Git repository. “Great!” You think, knowing that you can make changes from any of your computers, and just git pull on the server to bring everything down. Because how Nginx works, you don’t need to reload anything, the new content is available immediately. There’s just one problem: this means you need to SSH into the server to pull everything, which requires SSH into a border server first, tunneling your connection through another one.