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Internet, Web and Network Resources: Telenet

Connecting to a Remote Unix/Linux System

Description:
SSH is an Internet protocol that is used to connect securly to a remote system. To "SSH" is to establish a command line session with a remote computer, such as the Arizona Linux Systems at Princeton. Unix and Linux operating systems come with a built-in program that uses this protocol. SSH clients are also available for Windows systems.
 
The Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is available on the Arizona Public Linux servers and can be used to transmit files securely both to and from these systems, both on and off campus.
For:
Faculty Staff Students
Service homepage:
not available
Service location:
High Performance Computing Research Center/ New South
Charges:
none
Availability:
24 X 7 (support provided 8x5)
Training:
No
Access permission:
not applicable
Feedback e-mail:
ck@princeton.edu
Contact for support:
(Email) ess-incoming@princeton.edu
Support Hours:
Regular working Hours
Service policies:
not available
Online documentation:
none available
KnowlegeBase reference:
http://kb.princeton.edu/4104