SSH access is available for select plans. You can reach out to our support team to check if you can use SSH.
Step 1 – Application
Step 2 – Connection
In the case of Terminal or CMD, use the SSH command,
firstname.lastname@example.org -p 8926.
For PuTTY, insert the parameters in the application.
To find your server hostname, username, and password, go to the “Login Details” page in your SiteCountry dashboard; let’s see how to do that:
So, based on the above screenshot, the SSH connection command will be:
email@example.com -p 8926
In both cases, you will see the result like this:
The authenticity of host '[copper.scnservers.net]:8926 ([copper.scnservers.net]:8926)' can't be established. ECDSA key fingerprint is SHA256:Eze2ImXw1MWfgAMbcWxfc2EQwAkgTHOEPsNwSnEAHAQ. Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?
This is an expected result; just type
Then you will be asked to insert the password:
- For security purposes, the password won’t be displayed, even as •••••, but data is still inserted. Don’t worry about not seeing symbols; insert the password and press Enter
- Password can be copied and pasted with the right-click of a computer mouse. In Windows, it inserts the password immediately; in Linux – opens a menu with actions
As soon as you insert the password and press Enter, you will see this text from the next line:
It means that you successfully logged into your account via SSH 🎉
- For any issues, reach out to our support team for assistance.