I love sshuttle. My new fav toy. But...when i run from the command line and I use ctl-c to quit....my networking is screwed and I have to restart the VM. Using 12.04
Here is how i start from the command line to divert all traffic to a ec2 isntances using a ssh config file.
ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sshuttle -r ec2-fff-fff-fff-fff.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com 0/0 ./ssh/config Host *compute.amazonaws.com StrictHostKeyChecking no UserKnownHostsFile /dev/null User ubuntu IdentityFile /home/ubuntu/.ec2/aws_development_oregon.pem
now...in the terminal...I use ctrl-c to kill the tunnel. But...how to a failsafe reset from the command line without having to restart the VBox?