Your browser does not allow storing cookies. We recommend enabling them.

Tectia

First Login to a Remote Host

This section gives basic instructions on how you can log in from Tectia Client to a Secure Shell server with the default settings. The default settings on Tectia Client and Tectia Server allow login with passwords, public keys, and GSSAPI.

There are separate instructions on using the Tectia SSH Terminal GUI on Windows to connect to a remote server host see Logging in with Tectia SSH Terminal GUI (on Windows)) and on using sshg3 on the command line on Windows and Unix (see Logging in with Command-Line sshg3).

Tectia Client includes a shortcut menu that helps configuring the connection settings, and in viewing the status of the connections and authentication keys. For a description of the Tectia shortcut menu, see Tectia Shortcut Menu (Windows and Linux).


 

 
What to read next:

  • Reduce Secure Shell risk. Get to know the NIST 7966.



    The NISTIR 7966 guideline from the Computer Security Division of NIST is a direct call to action for organizations regardless of industry and is a mandate for the US Federal government.
    Download now
  • ISACA Practitioner Guide for SSH



    With contributions from practitioners, specialists and SSH.COM experts, the ISACA “SSH: Practitioner Considerations” guide is vital best practice from the compliance and audit community.
    Download now