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SSH connection settings

SSH (Secure Shell) is a network protocol used to securely connect to a remote computer and execute commands on it. Some attributes of SSH connection settings include:

HostnameThe domain name or IP address of the remote computer.
PortThe network port number used to establish the connection. The default port number for SSH is 22.
User nameThe username of the account on the remote computer.
PasswordThe password for the account on the remote computer.
Private keyA secure, encrypted key that can be used in place of a password to authenticate the connection.
Authentication methodThe method used to authenticate the connection, such as password-based authentication or key-based authentication.
Encryption algorithmThe algorithm used to encrypt the data transmitted over the connection.

These settings are used to configure an SSH client, such as PuTTY or OpenSSH, to establish a secure connection to a remote computer. SSH is commonly used to remotely access servers, configure network devices, and transfer files between computers.