Learn what Telnet is and where it’s employed.
SSH, which is an abbreviation for Secure Shell, is a network protocol which is used to transfer encrypted information between a client and a web server, making it impossible for unauthorized parties to intercept any information. Many tech-savvy users choose SSH because of the higher security level. The connection is created and the commands are delivered using a command line. The available options depend on the type of Internet hosting service - on a shared server, for instance, files can be relocated or deleted, databases could be imported and exported, and archives may be set up or unpacked. On a virtual or a dedicated server, your choices are considerably more - the web server and the database server may be started/stopped/rebooted, server-side software may be set up plus much more. These things aren't possible on a shared server, since full root access is needed and all the other clients on that server shall be affected. Even though SSH is employed primarily with UNIX-like Operating Systems, there are SSH clients for other OSs too - Windows, Mac OS, etc.
SSH Telnet in Hosting
SSH access is offered with all hosting which we offer you. With some of them, it's featured by default, while with others it is an additional upgrade you can add with several mouse clicks in your website hosting Control Panel. You can get SSH access through the section related to it where you will also find the info that you need to connect - the host, the port number and the username. You can choose the password which you shall use and, if required, you'll be able to change it with a couple of mouse clicks from the same place. All the commands which may be used with our shared packages are listed in a help article alongside relevant examples. If the SSH access function is permitted for your account, you will also be able to upload files using your preferred FTP client via an SFTP connection.