Login using SSH via a Terminal Window

On Linux, open a terminal window, on a Windows PC use the Putty application (google it)

1.) SSH into your myNode with username ‘admin’ at(@) its network IP, example:

ssh admin@123.456.78.0

You will see this response from MyNode:

The authenticity of host ‘123.456.78.0 (123.456.78.0)’ can’t be established. ECDSA key fingerprint is SHA256:A5qAKCyxD1E0ApKdqUzU6rR5HMwRPHRO. Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?

2.) Agree by typing yes

3.) Enter your password when required, default = bolt

                 _   _           _
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| '_ ` _ \| | | |  \| |/ _ \ / _` |/ _ \
| | | | | | |_| | |\  | (_) | (_| |  __/
|_| |_| |_|\__, |_| \_|\___/ \__,_|\___|
           |___/

Welcome to myNode!
Linux myNode 4.19.75-v7l+ #1270 SMP Mon Oct 30 08:23:00 BST 2020 armv7l GNU/Linux

System load:   1.46 1.34 1.18   Up time:       43 min
Memory usage:  8 % of 3955MB    IP:            123.456.78.0 
Usage of /:    14% of 29G       storage/:      19% of 1.0T


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===            Visit the myNode Web GUI
===               http://mynode.local/
===                        OR
===              http://123.456.78.0/
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Last login: Mon Oct 30 08:10:00 2020 from 123.456.78.10

You’re now logged on onto the device using SSH and by default you should be in Your home folder (home folder symbol = ‘~’).
Example:

admin@myNode:~ $