To access files using SSH commands from a workstation:
Download and run an SSH-compliant client.
Here is a list of some SSH-compliant clients that you could run:
SUSE® Linux openssh-clients package (tested with NetWare 6.5)
Red Hat* Linux openssh-clients package (tested with NetWare 6.5)
PuTTy (tested with NetWare 6.5)
You can get these clients from open source software sites on the Internet such as SourceForge.
NOTE:Terminal should be configured for VT100 emulation when using SSH command line utilities.
In any of the clients, change thesetting from the default to a value greater than 25.
After SSH is set up on the server and at the users’ workstations, you can use different SSH commands and utilities to:
Perform tasks such as copy files, run scripts, and execute server commands
Manage your SSH connections
Troubleshoot problems with SSH
For information on using the SSH commands and utilities, see Section 3.0, Using SSH Commands.