Menu path: Setup > System > Remote Access > SSH Access
Remote access to the local system via SSH is permitted by default. However, you can restrict remote access to a specific user from a specific host.
☑ The SSH service is enabled. (default)
Permit empty passwords
☑ Logging on without a password is allowed.
☐ Logging on without a password is not allowed. (default)
Permit administrator logon:
☑ Logging on as an administrator is allowed.
☐ Logging on as an administrator is not allowed (default)
Port number: Port number for SSH (default: 22)
User name: Permitted user
For the remote user "ruser" a password has to be assigned under Security > Password. The names "root" and "user" work without passwords, tough.
Hostname: Name of the host from which SSH access takes place (example:
☑ Access is denied.
☐ Access is allowed. (default)
Permit X11 forwarding:
☑ X11 forwarding is enabled.
☐ X11 forwarding is disabled. (default)
Enable applications access for remote user “ruser”
Command line: Command that is allowed or prohibited for the remote user
☑ The application given under command line may be executed by the remote user. (default)
☐ The application given under command line may not be executed by the remote user.