Set up server access
You will find the required access data in the e-mail you received from us.
Access to Windows Server
RDP is provided on TCP port 3389 by default.
RDP under Windows
The access to a Windows server is done via RDP protocol. To do this, open the Remote Desktop app on your Windows computer.
Linux server access
SSH is provided on TCP port 22 by default.
Access via Windows
Windows does not have an SSH client installed by default. You can find free software for this purpose on the Internet.
We recommend the SSH client Putty
Access via Linux:
SSH clients are included with every Linux distribution. There are several graphical clients available for Gnome/KDE.
A connection via command line is established with the command: ssh
Access via MAC:
To establish an SSH connection, start the terminal under service programs. The connection is established by default with the login data from your MAC via port 22.
You can also customize the username and port. To do this, enter the following command:
ssh IP address -l username -p port number
Access via Android:
- Install and open the application
- Create a new connection
- Enter your username and IP address
Access via IOS:
For your Apple device, download the SSH-client Termius.