How to Enable SSH on Ubuntu

SSH or Secure Shell is a simple networking protocol that enables secure data communication. It allows safe remote shell services, command execution and ensures security between two connected devices. These devices can be connected over a secured or an unsecured network running SSH client programs. Generally, SSH enables users to remotely connect to a server. Port 22 is the standard port for SSH, however, users can transfer files through SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol/Secure File Transfer Protocol) or SCP (Secure Copy). 

Enabling SSH doesn’t require in-depth technical knowledge, so you should be able to do it easily by following a bunch of steps. In this tutorial, we’ll cover the reasons you should enable SSH access and learn how to enable SSH on Ubuntu. 

Setting Up Your Own Server – A Step-by-Step Guide

Ever thought of keeping your data in a place where you could access it easily without it crowding your phone or laptop with just an internet connection at your service? If yes, then a personalised server is the answer to all questions. Setting up your own server is simple and can help you store any type of files viz. Photos, music, documents etc. which you can then easily share with people. Depending on the size of your files you plan on storing your server speed would vary, however, you wouldn’t want a slow server would you? So let us see what all you need and how to make your own server.