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Change SSH Listening Port

Change SSH Listening Port

Change SSH Listening Port Secure SHell (SSH) Protocol allows you to securely connect to remote machine over network. Because it’s a very popular and basic tool for managing servers, people who are not authorized to access your server may try to break in. SSH uses port 22 as default port...

Change SSH Listening Port

Debian 7 Wheezy: Disable SSH Timeout

You may experienced that your SSH connection closed after some time of inactivity. It would display message that connection is closed or simple disable input in Terminal so you can’t type anything. It is normal for a server to close connection on idle time, but there is the way to...

Change SSH Listening Port

SSH Server for Remote Access

SSH or Secure SHell is a protocol for secure remote login. You can set remote host name or you can use your IP address instead for logins. In this tutorial we’ll use OpenSSH command suite. 1. Installation of OpenSSH Install OpenSSH client if not installed (usually it is installed by...