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SSH Tectia

Connections View

The Connections view of the SSH Tectia Status dialog box displays the currently active secured connections (terminal, tunnel, or SFTP) to and from your computer.

The Connections view of the Status dialog box

Figure 3.2. The Connections view of the Status dialog box

The following information is displayed for each connection:

  • Connection: The destination of the connection in the user@host#port format.

  • Program: The name of the program connecting via SSH Tectia Connector.

  • Upload: Amount of data uploaded (in bytes).

  • Download: Amount of data downloaded (in sbytes).

  • Upload speed: Upload speed in kilobytes per second.

  • Download speed: Download speed in kilobytes per second.


 

 
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