Lehigh's network includes a secure shell gateway server, ssh.lehigh.edu, which can be accessed using Lehigh user credentials. SSH is a command-line communications protocol allowing people to open a terminal window on a remote system. This useful for both system administration, research computing and for transferring finished HTML files to web servers. Lehigh recommends two software programs to assist Windows users with this, since that OS offers no built-in utility for it
Windows GUI: MobaXterm
- Windows GUI: BitVise
Windows GUI: SmarTTY
- Windows CMD: putty
- Windows CMD: ssh (this is builtin to Windows 10)
- MacOS CMD: ssh (this is builtin on Mac computers)
- MacOS GUI: Fetch
- MacOS GUI: Cyberduck
- Linux CMD: ssh ( openssh-client and openssh-server packages on debian and similar packages on redhat/centos )
- Multiplatform: Filezilla
Connect to ssh.lehigh.edu using your username and password. If your account is enabled with Duo multi-factor login, you will be prompted after entering the username/password for the second factor when connecting from off-campus.
Most Windows GUI applications currently do not support multi-factor authentications (Duo).