I'm trying to set up a cron job. Here's my problem: I need to download something on my server...and then send that file (an mp3) to a second server. BUT, I'm having some firewall problems on the second server's domain (and I don't control that firewall!). I can't get in directly to the final destination machine. I need to ssh into the firewall...and then ssh into the final destination on that domain. Here's what I have so far: Code: #!/bin/sh set -e cd /downloads/ rm *.mp3 wget -nd -r -l1 --no-parent --no-passive-ftp -A.mp3 'ftp://user:password@server1' ssh server2.com sleep 10 ssh 192.168.2.245 (this is the final destination, which is on the LAN of server2.com) sleep 10 /getdownloads.txt Now, you might ask, why not download the mp3 directly to the final destination machine? I'd love to, but behind that firewall, I can't connect to that ftp site. When I ssh into server2.com, the script above stops. Is what I'm trying to do possible? If so, what needs to be changed? Thanks!