SSH is a network protocol for secure data communication, different command executions, or remote shell services. It is also used for different security services between two networked computers, which are connected via a secure channel over an insecure network.
You can drag an SSH block and drop it inside a workflow working area when a green field appears. Doing so makes it a part of that workflow.
Enter the information in the provided fields.
- AuthKey - by clicking on the field or clicking on the the base for a generic API authentication scheme, which you can extend if necessary.
- Command - by clicking on the field or clicking on the button and adding it. Click the Save button to save the Command to the block, or click on the Close button to exit without saving.
- More reveals several optional settings:
- Port - the specific number of the host making its services available
- Username & Password -unique credentials
- OpenSSH Key - a unique key
To disable the SSH Block without deleting it, click on the Disable checkbox.