c At the command prompt enter the following command to exit this Telnet session

C at the command prompt enter the following command

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c. At the command prompt, enter the following command to exit this Telnet session: [email protected]:~$ exit Step 3: SSH to localhost a. Type the following command in terminal to access the localhost using SSH: [email protected]:~$ ssh localhost Note : If this is the first time connecting with SSH, the security keys will need to be saved to the system. If you are prompted as to whether to proceed, type yes to proceed with the connection. b. Use the password password for the user cisco . c. You have successfully logged in to your machine using SSH. Lab – Remote Access © 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 2 of 3
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Step 4: Accessing a Remote Host a. Pick a partner and change the network adapters on both of your virtual machines to bridged. To do this you will need to release your cursor from the virtual machine, go to Machine > Settings and click Network and change Attached to: NAT to Attached to: Bridged Adapter . Wait for the network to reconnect. Now check your IP address by typing in the following command: [email protected]:~$ ifconfig Note : If you did not receive a new IP address, click the network icon ( ). Disconnect and reconnect the wired connection. b. Repeat the SSH and Telnet commands but this time instead of localhost use your partner’s IP address. © 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public. Page 3 of 3
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