I do not have an SSH Client

If you do not have an SSH Client you can simply download one or go to the control panel, select SSH / Telnet and an SSH Java applet will load into a new window.

Linux Users: An SSH client is typically installed by default.

Windows Users: SSH Secure Shell for Workstations is a great program. The non-commercial software can be found @
http://www.ssh.com/support/downloads/secureshellwks/non-commercial.html

Classic MacOS Users: MacSSH can be found @ http://pro.wanadoo.fr/chombier/MacSSH/SSH_info.html

Mac OS X Users: An SSH client is typically installed by default.

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