FTP, SSH, Ping in Linux – Linux Tutorial 12
Welcome to the Linux tutorial video tutorial While working on a Linux operating system, you may need to communicate with other devices For this you can use some basic utilities that will help you communicate with Networks are linux systems and remote users So let's learn them one by one start with pain This tool is typically used to check whether or not the connection to the server is healthy This command is also used in network analysis and [host] Track and manage network performance Test hardware and software problems Ping is the IP address of the [peng] space or the [host] name to try some examples The terminal is running a ping space, and the IP address system sends 64 bytes of data to the IP address if So one of the data packets is not back or lost it suggests a connection error you can press cTRL C key combination out of the pain ring Similarly, we can use the peng space hostname, we will try WWL comm here and check the connection to the server? Is this how you can use the ping command? By going to FTP, it encodes FTP Which is the most preferred protocol for data transfer Between computers, you can use FTP to log on and establish a connection with the remote host Download and download files Navigate through directories and Browse the contents of the syntax directories to establish an FTP connection with the remote host IP address for FTP or host name, let's check it on the terminal when you have entered the command to ask for it Authentication User Name and Password Go ahead and enter your username and password Once the connection is created and logged on, these commands may be used to perform different actions So let's impose some of these orders on the terminal So if you want to view the files in the current directory From the remote computer, you need to type the dir command if you get an error While the commands are running, you can turn on passive mode and ignore this mode Errors in firewalls and data security, so let's go [ahead] and run dir again With the help of put command, we will upload a file with the local file name Press [enter] and the file will be uploaded to the remote computer Now if you want to check for this file, you can run the dir command again You will be able to see the local file on the remote computer Now let's go ahead and download a file from the remote computer Here we have a file That we would like to load the command to download a file from the remote computer is getting it The file name space is a remote file in our case, so let's go ahead and run this command FTP says that the file was moved successfully The quit command will register us from FTP This is how you can use FTP to transfer data between computers and the following telnet utility Helps connect to Linux computer remotely [then] programs and remotely behaves Administration This tool is similar to the Remote Desktop feature that is located in a Windows device The syntax for this tool is the IP address of the telnet space or the host name For the purpose of presentation here we have connected to our computer or local host using telnet Once you put your username and pass well And you are authenticated you can execute the commands exactly as you do by using the station The only difference is if you are connected to a remote host, the commands will be Implemented on the remote machine and not your local computer Talat has become obsolete over the years as more secure protocols have emerged to connect to remote computers That's why we move on to the next utility that ssh It stands for a safe shell and is used to safely connect to a remote computer Compared to ten net ssh [is] safe The server connection is authenticated by using a numeric certificate and an encrypted password It is then widely used by system administrators To control Linux remote servers The syntax for logging on to ssh is Ssh, the user name space on the IP address or host name, let's try it on the station So let's get into the ssh using the command and sage user name, IP address or host name Once you enter the login command, the station will ask you to enter your password when you enter your password SSH, you will be logged in now You can go ahead and run commands on it like the way you do on the difference station Will this command be executed on the remote computer? So let's try more than dir this command would list all the directory contents in the home directory So let's find out.
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Similarly to the writing exit You will be logged out of the old age Let's go through the main points of this tutorial The connection between Linux or Unix and other different computer networks and remote users is Can a ping be verified that the connection with a host name or an IP address is working or not? Turn on Ping IP address or hostname on the machine FTP is the preferred protocol for sending and receiving large files that you can create Connect the FTP with the remote host, and then use the commands to download the download files Checking the file and browsing the telnet tool helps you connect to and work on a remote Linux computer Ssh, is an alternative to telnet, and is used by system administrators To control Linux remote servers.
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