Instructions on how to use the PuTTY software to connect SSH to VPS


What is PuTTY? how to use the PuTTY software


PuTTY is understood as the software used to control the server through the internet. It supports many network protocols, including SCP, SSH, Telnet, rlogin ...




PuTTY It is understood as the software used to control the server via the internet. It supports many network protocols, including SCP, SSH, Telnet, rlogin ... PuTTY was originally written exclusively for Windows operating systems, but nowadays It has been written for many other operating systems such as Unix, MacOS, Symbian, Windows Mobile and android. PuTTY is not an abbreviation in English. PuTTY is used to control VPS.


PuTTY is written and maintained primarily by Simon Tatham and is currently beta software.


Feature


PuTTY supports a variety of secure remote "terminals", and provides users with SSH drivers with encryption keys, alternative encryption protocols and algorithms such as 3DES, Arcfour, Blowfish, DES, and authentication public key. The network interface layers that support IPv6, and the SSH protocols that support openssh compression programs, are delayed. It can also be used with serial port connections in LAN.


PuTTY comes with the SCP and SFTP client command line, known as "PSCP" and "psftp" respectively, and Plink, a command-line connection tool, used for non-interactive sessions.


Development history


PuTTY was written at the end of 1998, and it has been released to official users since 2000.


Ingredient


PuTTY includes several components:


PuTTY: Telnet, rlogin, SSH client, which can also connect to a serial port
PSCP: an SCP (Client, that is, the command line to securely copy files
PSFTP: an SFTP client, ie a generic file transfer session just like FTP
PuTTYtel: a Telnet client only
Plink: a command line interface to re-start PuTTY
Pageant: an SSH agent for PuTTY, PSCP and Plink
PuTTYgen: a key RSA and DSA utility
pterm: a standalone device simulator


How to connect to a Linux server via SSH through PuTTY


To be able to connect to the Server via PuTTY You need to have server access information, which includes:


IP address, user (usually root), password, connection port (port - default is 22)


Make sure that the server you are controlling has installed linux (usually centos).


Computers using windows operating system have pre-installed PuTTY software. download at http://www.putty.org/




Step 1: Run the PuTTY program


Step 2: Enter the IP and port information


How to login PuTTY


PuTTY Login


PuTTY login instructions


Enter password. Note that the password does not appear when you type. You keep typing until the end and then enter. It doesn't show *** either.


Or if You copy the password then right click => and then press enter.


Instructions for using PuTTY


So you can login and use it. In the next articles, I will guide you how to manage VPS through PuTTY.













































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