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Configuring RHEL 6 Remote Access using SSH

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Secure Shell (SSH) is a TCP/IP service that provides a secure mechanism for remotely logging into one system over either a local network or the internet from another system. SSH also provides the ability to transfer files between remote systems. When a user logs into a remote Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 system using SSH, they receive a command prompt allowing them to enter commands on the remote system as if they were sitting at the remote system and had opened a terminal session.

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