Speed Up Your SSH Sessions with These Seven Quick SSH Config Tricks
If you frequently connect to servers via SSH with different configurations, using an SSH Config File can simplify the way you connect to these servers. In this video, Jay will show you 7 ways to use SSH Config Files to make your SSH experience much easier.
0:40 Connecting to our First Server via SSH with Matched Accounts
4:00 Connecting to our Second Server via SSH without a Matched Account
4:30 Connecting to our Third Server with a Custom Port
6:00 Creating a Config File with a FQDN
8:34 Creating a Config File with IP Addresses
10:27 Creating a Config File with a User
12:23 Creating a Config File with a Custom Port
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