|How do I configure the port when configuring a new remote connection? [message #1821910]
||Sat, 22 February 2020 18:55
| Manuel Malagon
Registered: December 2011
I'm trying to configure a remote connection to work on a project that is found on my remote server. I'm following these steps:|
- Select "Linux" as the Remote System Type
- Populate the "Host Name" and "Connection name" (enable the "Verify hostname checkbox")
- Select "ssh.files" on the Files configuration
- Select "processes.shell.linux" on the Processes configuration
- Select "ssh.shells" in the Shells configuration
- Then click "Finish"
But at any time I was given the option of selecting an ssh key instead of a password and most importantly, I was not given the option to configure the port. So when I try to connect, I need to input a password instead of my passphrase for my private key. I have password access as well so I enter that but after some seconds I get the error:
Failed to connect ssh on "myserver.com:22"
Of course, I get that because I was never given the option to configure the port and it is not port "22". If I do a right-click and the "properties" over the connection I see that it has a "Connection Services" section but I can't find the port configuration there either.
So, how do I configure the port? I refuse to think you can't configure the port, but why is it so hidden?
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