Connecting to ECC
Connecting to Linux and Windows virtual machines (VMs) and bare-metal servers (BMs) on ECC.
Linux ECC servers
Secure Shell (SSH) can be used to connect to Linux servers. The following applies to both VMs and BMs running Linux.
Change permissions on your Private Key file (only needs to be done once)
Connect to your server
Windows users can connect over SSH using PuTTY. First, your Private Key must be converted to another format (only needs to be done once).
- Download and install the PuTTY MSI (Windows Installer).
PuTTYgen, click Load and choose
- Click Save private key, and save as e.g.
- Right-click on
putty-key.ppkand choose Load into Pageant.
The key will be automatically loaded into memory. You can now connect.
PuTTYand set this in the Category: Session
- Host Name:
[SSH User]@[SSH IP]
- Connection type: SSH
- Host Name:
- Save your PuTTY session and click Open!
Windows ECC servers
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) can be used to connect to Windows servers. The
[RDP IP] and
[RDP Port] information is found in the Info dropdown menu for your VM.
Password is chosen during VM deployment on ICE Connect. Note that both
Remote Desktop Connection and
FreeRDP will warn you about the automatically generated self-signed certificate.
Connect using the command line RDP client FreeRDP.
Connect to Windows WMs using
Remote Desktop Connection.
[RDP IP] = 220.127.116.11 and
[RDP Port] = 12345