Connect to my server with SSH (Secure Shell)

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Follow these general steps to connect to your Gen 4 VPS or Dedicated server via SSH using a client.

 Note: The exact steps for connecting via SSH depend on the SSH client you use (we suggest PuTTy for Windows, or Terminal for macOS). For more info, see the documentation for PuTTy or Terminal.

Before you follow these steps, you need this info:

Got all that info? Let’s get started!

  1. Launch the SSH client.
  2. Enter the host (your domain name or IP address) and your SSH port (default is 22) to establish the SSH connection.
  3. When prompted, enter your primary FTP username and password.

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