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This document on libvirt connection URIs is probably what you are looking for. For a TCP+SASL connection, that would probably be:

Assuming that you are working with QEMU libvirt domains, the documentation for the QEMU driver probably has what you are look for. For a remote TCP+SASL connection, a URL would look something like:

qemu+tcp://example.com/system

Or you can connect over ssh:

qemu+ssh://user@example.com/system

This document on libvirt connection URIs is probably what you are looking for. For a TCP+SASL connection, that would probably be:

Assuming that you are working with QEMU libvirt domains, the documentation for the QEMU driver probably has what you are look for. For a remote TCP+SASL connection, a URL would look something like:

qemu+tcp://example.com/system

Or you can connect over ssh:

qemu+ssh://user@example.com/system