Connecting via SSH
Step to Step Guide to connecting via SSH
When using Windows OS, it is recommended to use the PuTTY utility to connect. It is available for download at this link.
When you open the program window, mark the SSH connection type and enter the server address and connection port.
(by default it is 22, for more details on how to change the SSH port on the server, see the corresponding article.
A console window will open, where you will need to enter the username with whose account you are connecting and its password.
If you are using Linux / MacOS - the ssh client is already installed and available from the console, to
start it, enter the ssh [username] @ hostname.or.ip command in the command line, for example:
$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
The connection will be established after entering the correct password.