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Connect to your server or shared hosting account with SSH.
Import Manually Generated Key: 7:54
Key authorization syntax through the command line: 11:57
Generate key through the command line: 14:54
SSH access through the terminal (Mac OS X): 19:43
All of GoDaddy Linux-based shared hosting accounts and servers (VPS or dedicated) let you connect to them via SSH using a client.
We recommend using.
1. PuTTy for Windows
2. OpenSSH or Mac and Linux
The SSH (secure shell) network protocol allows you to connect to another web server over the Internet via a command line interface (CLI). You can use this network protocol to remotely manage your server, configure CGI scripts, and perform other tasks.
Many modern operating systems, such as Mac® OS X and Linux distributions, include SSH. If you use Microsoft Windows® to connect to your server, you must use an SSH client, such as PuTTY, to log in to your server.
Manage SSH keys
This section of cPanel’s SSH Access interface allows you to create, import, manage and remove SSH keys. The system will use these keys when you confirm that a specific computer has the right to access your website’s information with SSH. You may perform the following actions from cPanel’s Manage SSH Keys interface ( Home/ Security/SSH Access/Manage SSH Keys).