Wired article You probably know that you can use SSH to connect to remote computers, and you probably also know that your Mac is set up to use SSH.
But the real fun begins when you need to use a remote computer in your network, and that’s where SSDP comes in.
This new SSH protocol lets you connect to a remote server, like an online service, with just a simple command.
The command you use is the same as it is in the Mac’s standard SSH command line: ssh localhost.
You can use any IP address and port, and the server must be accessible by you and other members of the same network.
SSDP is currently supported by Mac OS X 10.7 Snow Leopard, 10.8 Lion, and 10.9 Mavericks.
When you connect, you can type the command in any text editor, such as Notepad++, and then use the following options: -s or –server Use the same server as you used for connecting to your computer.
If you don’t want to use the same port, just set the port to another number.
-sip or –servers Use a server that has an IP address that is different from the local server.
If the server is remote, set the hostname to 127.0.0., port number to 8001, and username to your user name.
You also can use an asterisk (*) to indicate that the server has a public IP address, instead of a local IP address.
-r or –remote Use a remote host to connect.
If your remote host is already configured with the default SSH port, you’ll see the command prompt prompt in your browser.
If not, simply type the following: ssh remotehost.yourdomain.com:8080 Now you’re connected to the remote server.
You may want to check the SSH status in the terminal window, so you can see whether your remote computer is running and communicating with the network.
If SSH is working properly, you should see your connection to the local computer and other local users.
If it’s not working properly you may see an error message such as “SSDP failed: remote host has no IP address.”
It’s normal to see a lot of these errors, because SSH servers are often overloaded, but if you see a few, you may need to re-add your SSH key for your server.
SSIP You can connect to an SSIP server through your browser or the command line, as well.
SSP works the same way as SSH, but instead of using a specific server address or port, it uses a set of servers that share a common IP address or protocol.
The protocol is IPv6, so if you’re using a Linux computer, you might want to switch to that.
When connecting to an IPv6 SSIP, you must enter your username and password when prompted, and there are two ways to do this: with the username andpassword fields separated by a semicolon.
To enter your credentials, type your username followed by a hyphen and a space.
For example, if you type your name and password as username john, you would enter your password as john.
password.john password.password If you type the username john password, you will enter your SSIP credentials.
If, however, you enter the username as john, your password will not work.
You’ll need to enter a different password each time you connect.
For more information, see SSIP in the OS X User Guide.
You don’t have to use your real name and/or IP address for SSIP connections, but you do need to provide some information about yourself and your location to SSIP servers.
This information can be very helpful if you want to learn more about how the protocol works, and it might be useful to you if you connect as an individual, too.
When using SSIP over IPv6 for the first time, you need a password.
If this is not an issue for you, you are able to set your SSip password and the host name and port number you use.
For a list of supported SSIP protocols, see the documentation for your preferred protocol.
SSH When you need remote access to a computer, SSH lets you set up connections over SSH to other computers on the same computer, or to other devices in the network, through a simple script.
SSH connects to your remote machine over SSH using the same protocol that the remote computer uses.
SSH has the same capabilities as SSH over IPv4 and IPv6.
You should always use the SSH protocol to connect over SSH.
When accessing a remote machine via SSH, you specify the port number and the username that the machine will use for authentication.
When your username is the username of the machine, the computer will authenticate with the server.
When the username is not the username, the remote machine will authenticates with the local host.
You specify the username on a local machine by typing the name of the computer, followed by