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getting_ssh_access [2017/06/23 16:50]
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 from within the admin interface. On that page there is a button to create a dropbear instance. Click that button. Then scroll down to the bottom of that page and click "save and apply"​. You can now log into the device using the password you set as as the general admin password and username root. The default port is 22. from within the admin interface. On that page there is a button to create a dropbear instance. Click that button. Then scroll down to the bottom of that page and click "save and apply"​. You can now log into the device using the password you set as as the general admin password and username root. The default port is 22.
  
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 ====== Troubleshooting====== ====== Troubleshooting======
-In o}}rder ​to get access to ssh on the device, you will need to turn Tor off, if you have Tor running, it will redirect your ssh traffic back out over the Tor network instead of the local interface on the device.+In order to get access to ssh on the device, you will need to turn Tor off, if you have Tor running, it will redirect your ssh traffic back out over the Tor network instead of the local interface on the device.
  
 If you are on a windows machine, you can use a free ssh client program called putty downloadable here: http://​www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/​~sgtatham/​putty/​latest.html If you are on a windows machine, you can use a free ssh client program called putty downloadable here: http://​www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/​~sgtatham/​putty/​latest.html
  
 In MacOS, you can just use the built in terminal application. To open the Terminal app, click Go in the top menu, then select Utilities, then click Terminal.app. The command for MacOS is ssh root@192.168.19.84 In MacOS, you can just use the built in terminal application. To open the Terminal app, click Go in the top menu, then select Utilities, then click Terminal.app. The command for MacOS is ssh root@192.168.19.84