1. By default Windows doesn’t have an SSH client. You should download Putty (putty.exe should be enough for most uses). Put the exe on a folder and that’s it, you can use it.
2. Locate TonidoPlug’s private IP. You can do it here or connecting to your own router and checking it.
3. Open putty. Enter TonidoPlug’s private IP and SSH port. By default the SSH port is 22. We’ll use 192.168.1.2 as the private IP for this example. Name your “Saved session” -“Tonido” in the example- and save it for future use.
4. Click on “Open”. You’ll see the command line prompting you for a login. By default it’s “root” and then it’ll ask for a password. By default it’s “nosoup4u” but you should have changed it from your Plug Admin settings.
5. That’s it you’re connected to TonidoPlug via SSH.
1. By default most -if not all- Linux distributions come with an SSH client. Just enter the terminal and issue: ssh email@example.com -p 22. That’s it.
1. OSX is based in a flavour of UNIX so it also has an SSH client. Enter the terminal and issue: ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -p 22. That’s it.