How to open SSH connection in Mac OS X

If you want to open a SSH connection in Mac OS X you might use Terminal to do so.

In Spotlight write terminal

Start the application.

Once the terminal window is open, press the following combination: Shift + Apple (cmd) + K

Then another window opens and you can select SSH in the left menu. In the right menu you can enter the server address by clicking the + symbol. Now just enter your username for the server in the user field.

Select the Protocol you want and click connect. The connection to your server will be established.

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