Remotely Connect to Linux Servers with SSH

November 2017 with Shawn Powers

  • Intermediate
  • 8 videos
  • 1 hr 25 mins
Join Shawn Powers as he explains how to use SSH (Secure Shell) to connect to Linux servers.

Learn how to improve security using encrypted keypairs, use sshagent, utilize forward and reverse tunnels, set up persistent connections, take advantage of the SOCKS proxy, and set up sshuttle in order to access remote networks.

Recommended Experience
  • Basic familiarity with Linux
  • Ability to create and manage virtual machines
Recommended Equipment
  • Virtualization platform supporting 64bit systems
Related Job Functions
  • System administrator
  • Network administrator
  • Technician
  • DevOps
Shawn Powers has been a CBT Nuggets trainer since 2009 and his areas of expertise include Linux and Chef technologies. He's earned LPIC-1 and CompTIA Linux+ certifications, and is an associate editor for Linux Journal.
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