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PuTTY
Implementation of Telnet and SSH for Win32 and Unix platforms, along with an xterm terminal emulator.
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Posted: 22 Sep 2004
File Size: 368KB
License: Free
Download 1:  putty.exe
Download 2: putty.exe
Home Page: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/
Publisher: Simon Tatham
E-mail: anakin@pobox.com
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  1. open putty
  2. in the `Host Name' box, enter the Internet host name or the IPaddress of the server you want to connect to.
  3. select a login protocol, we choose SSH
  4. to save the connection (session) enter a name in the line for savedsessions
  5. to start the session press open

For the whole documentation, because you can connect with otherprotocols and other systems, visit:http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/docs.html

Copied from NetWare 6.5 documentation for OpenSSH:

Console access is granted only to the Admin user and users withsecurity equal to Admin

Ctrl+B Begin (Home)

Ctrl+D Move the cursor down (Down Arrow)

Ctrl+L Move the cursor to the left (Left Arrow)

Ctrl+U Move the cursor to the up on the screen (Up Arrow)

Ctrl+R Move the cursor to the right (Right Arrow)

Ctrl+F Switch to a different server console screen. The server GUIscreen is not supported.

Ctrl+P Page up

Ctrl+N Page down

Ctrl+G Delete

Ctrl+O Insert

Ctrl+X Exit

Ctrl+T Reboot server

Ctrl+E End

Ctrl+Z Select screen

Ctrl+H Backspace

Ctrl+S Setting screen

Ctrl+Q Display SSH keyboard help screen

Ctrl+K Access the kernel debugger screen