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:
|The domain name or IP address of the remote computer.
|The network port number used to establish the connection. The default port number for SSH is 22.
|The username of the account on the remote computer.
|The password for the account on the remote computer.
|A secure, encrypted key that can be used in place of a password to authenticate the connection.
|The method used to authenticate the connection, such as password-based authentication or key-based authentication.
|The 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.