SSH is a communication protocol to communicate between two different machines, one is the client and the other is the host. In this write-up, we have installed the OpenSSH server in Ubuntu 22.04 and used it to connect to a remote machine.
Enable ssh on ubuntu 22.04; In this tutorial, i am going to show you how to enable ssh and use ssh on ubuntu 22.04 using command line or terminal.
How to Enable and Use SSH on Ubuntu 22.04
Use the below given steps to enable and use ssh on ubuntu 22.04:
- Step 1 – Update Dependencies
- Step 2 – Install Openssh
- Step 3 – Check Status of SSH
- Step 4 – Allow Connection
- Step 5 – Connect to SSH Server
Step 1 – Update Dependencies
Run the following command on the command prompt to update dependencies:
sudo apt update
Step 2 – Install Openssh
Run the following commands to install the OpenSSH server on system:
sudo apt install openssh-server
Step 3 – Check Status of SSH
Once the packages installation has been finished, execute the following command on command prompt to check SSH service status:
sudo systemctl status ssh
Step 4 – Allow Connection
Run the following command on command prompt to allow SSH for remote users; is as follows:
sudo ufw allow ssh sudo ufw enable && sudo ufw reload
Step 5 – Connect to SSH Server
Run the following command with username and ip addres to connect ssh server:
Through this tutorial, i have shown to you how to install, connect and enable ssh on ubuntu 22.04 system.