How to start a SSH sessions from the command line?



How to start a SSH session from the command line

This tutorial assumes you have already opened your Windows command line

Now let's learn how to start a SSH session from the command line

Type the path to Putty.exe here

Then type the connection type you wish to use (i.e. -ssh, -telnet, -rlogin, -raw)

Type the username...

Then type '@' followed by the server IP address

Finally, type the port number to connect to, then press Enter.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to start a PuTTY session via command line

A PuTTY session has now been opened

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