Need to connect to your web server via SSH?
No problem! Here are a few options:
- Download an SSH client. There are many different SSH clients available, both free and paid. Some popular options include PuTTY (Windows), OpenSSH (Linux and macOS), and SSH Secure Shell for Workstations (Windows).
- Use the SSH Java applet. If you don't want to download an SSH client, you can use the SSH Java applet that is built into our control panel. Simply log in to the control panel, select SSH/Telnet, and an SSH Java applet will load into a new window.
Linux users: You're in luck! An SSH client is typically installed by default on Linux systems.
Windows users: If you're using Windows, I recommend downloading SSH Secure Shell for Workstations. It's a great program, and the non-commercial version is free. You can download it from here: http://www.ssh.com/support/downloads/secureshellwks/non-commercial.html.
Classic macOS users: If you're using Classic macOS, you can download MacSSH from here: http://pro.wanadoo.fr/chombier/MacSSH/SSH_info.html.
Mac OS X users: You're in luck again! An SSH client is typically installed by default on Mac OS X systems.
Once you have an SSH client installed, simply connect to your web server using your username and password. You'll then be able to execute commands on the server as if you were sitting right in front of it. Be sure to contact our support team for authorization first.
Need help connecting to your web server via SSH?
No problem! Just contact our support team and we'll be happy to help you get up and running.