For Managed Hosting customers

First, Start up your favourite terminal client software, e.g. Terminal.app or iTerm for macOS, TeraTerm or Hyper  for Windows.
Second, run the following commend.

Note:
You can split $ or # in a first letter of each line.

Command

$ ssh -i ~/.ssh/PATH-TO-YOUR-KEY-FILE/id_rsa.aXXX  amimoto-user@YOUR-SERVER-ID.pilott.io

Example: in case Server ID is 0001

$ ssh -i .ssh/id_rsa.a0001 amimoto-user@0001.pilott.io

 
 

For Self Hosting customers

First, Start up your favourite terminal client software, e.g. Terminal.app or iTerm for macOS, Teraterm for Windows.
Second, run the following commend.

Command

$ ssh -i ~/.ssh/PATH-TO-YOUR-KEY-FILE/YOUR-KEY.pem ec2-user@IP-ADDRESS-OF-YOUR-INSTANCE

Example: in case the key file is example.pem and your instance's IP Address is 127.0.0.1

$ ssh -i ~/.ssh/example.pem ec2-user@127.0.0.1

 
 


AWS Documentation

* Mac: Connecting to Your Linux Instance Using SSH - Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud
* Windows:  Connecting to Your Linux Instance from Windows Using PuTTY - Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud

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