So I have a few scripts to tunnel things over SSH, that read like this: Apple File Sharing Code: #!/bin/sh sudo ssh server.server.com -l username -L 22:127.0.0.1:548 Plex Media Server Code: #!/bin/sh dns-sd -R PMS _plexmediasvr._tcp . 32400 & ssh -N -L 32400:localhost:32400 server.server.com -l username -p 22 General SOCKS Proxy Code: #!/bin/bash ssh -D 9879 firstname.lastname@example.org iTunes Home Sharing Code: #!/bin/sh dns-sd -P "Home iTunes" _daap._tcp local 3689 localhost.local. \ 127.0.0.1 "Arbitrary text record" & PID=$! ssh -C -N -L 3689:localhost:3689 server.server.com kill $PID I have 4 aliases to them in a folder and launch them each as needed, and each opens them in a terminal window, which I hide in the background. I also have to type the password to the ssh account I'm logging into on each tunnel. Since all of them point to the same server/account, is there a better way to do this than to have 4 terminal windows open? As in combine them all into one script, type my password once, and let it be done?