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Chapter 26. Remote Access and Administra... > Using SSH: From Unix Box to Unix Box

Using SSH: From Unix Box to Unix Box

SSH provides for secure encrypted traffic transmission across a network. Most SSH software, including that provided by Apple, includes both the encrypted transmission facility and rudimentary tools for making use of that functionality. These tools include the ability to use the encryption to provide secure terminal services and file transfer support. Other functionality can be added as needed by the user, by making use of just the secure transport portion of the software to encrypt the traffic between otherwise insecure external software packages.

Terminal-to-Terminal Connections

With SSH installed on your machine, you are now ready to connect to remote machines running secure shell.


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