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windows_ssh [2018/12/21 15:33]
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windows_ssh [2018/12/21 15:39] (current)
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 After installing an SSH client, you can connect to any CS Linux server by using its fully qualified domain name (fqdn). ​ This address is the server hostname followed by ''​%%.cs.virginia.edu%%''​. ​ If you want to log into the server ''​%%power3%%''​ then you want to use the address ''​%%power3.cs.virginia.edu%%''​. After installing an SSH client, you can connect to any CS Linux server by using its fully qualified domain name (fqdn). ​ This address is the server hostname followed by ''​%%.cs.virginia.edu%%''​. ​ If you want to log into the server ''​%%power3%%''​ then you want to use the address ''​%%power3.cs.virginia.edu%%''​.
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 +You can find a list of generally available CS Linux servers on [[compute_resources|this page]].
  
 SSH connections currently do not require a VPN connection to connect from outside of the university. SSH connections currently do not require a VPN connection to connect from outside of the university.
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  • Last modified: 2018/12/21 15:39
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