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login into ipcop from debian 10 years 11 months ago #12460

  • Lindows
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Hey guys,

im running a debian distro on my laptop, and i want to login to my ipcop box to upload a file and install it. With windows i used putty and winscp, what programs do i use to do the job off a linux distro. i tried connecting to my IpCop box through a ssh shell but i don't think i using the right commands

All suggestions are welcome.

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Re: login into ipcop from debian 10 years 11 months ago #12466

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For a quick upload you could use scp. I.e
"scp -P22 /home/lindows/file.tar.gz This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:."
(22 is the port where the ipcop's ssh server listens to, file.tar.gz the file you want to upload, user a valid username that has login rights to the ipcop server and 1.2.3.4 the ip address of the ipcop box -you could also use a hostname instead-)
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Re: login into ipcop from debian 10 years 11 months ago #12490

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Actually, IPCOP's SSH server listens on port 222 by default. But nske is right in that port 22 is the standard "listening" port for SSH servers.
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