How to use Multiple SSH Keys | Managing Different SSH Keys on your System
There’s a good chance you’ve been using SSH (Secure Shell) to access your Linode from your computer. In this video, we’ll cover how to generate and use SSH Key Pairs for easily and securely logging into your server.
0:54 SSH Key Management
2:43 Create A New SSH Key
5:49 Removing a SSH Key
6:11 Creating a Specific Type of SSH Key
8:04 What is the Difference?
9:09 Creating Other Keys
9:58 Associating a Key to a Server
12:11 Connecting to a Server with a Specific Key
13:40 What is the SSH Agent?
14:57 Using the SSH Agent to Unlock the Key
16:54 Taking Our SSH Config to the Next Level
18:14 Connecting Without Specifying a Key
19:38 Quick Refresher
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