SSH into a deployment

February 20, 2020

    This tutorial assumes that:

    If you meet all of the above requirements, you should now be able to SSH into your deployment. To do so, you should run a command similar to the following, in which 253.186.16.152 should be the IP address of your deployment.

    ssh [email protected]

    If this is your first time connecting to this deployment, you may see a message similar to the following:

    The authenticity of host '253.186.16.152 (253.186.16.152)' can't be established.
    ECDSA key fingerprint is fd:fd:d4:f9:77:fe:73:84:e1:55:00:ad:d6:6d:22:fe.
    Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?

    Type yes and then press enter to continue. If you secured the private key of your computer with a passphrase, you will now be prompted to enter this passphrase. Thereafter, a new secure terminal session with your deployment will open.

    Michiel Kempen

    Michiel Kempen

    A passionate cloud engineer who helps software companies adopt modern cloud technologies through an intelligent all-in-one cloud platform called Smoothy.