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SSH

Use SSH to communicate securely.

Background Information

SSH (Secure Shell) is a network protocol for secure communication over a network.

It is more common to use SSL/TLS, however.

Available Tools

Enable you to communicate securely via SSH. You can perform SCP (Secure Copy) operations of single files to and from the remote system. You can also execute remote commands, tunnel TCP traffic, and perform SFTP operations.

See “Using SSH” in Using Internet Utilities.

Availability: All namespaces.