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March 3, 2004, 5:08 pm
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This is a very basic question so please forgive me since I know very
little regarding configuring SSH.
Currently one can gain remote terminal access into my debian Linux
server using SSH via the default port 22. I would like to change this
to another port (but only for terminal access), lets say, 2222 - so my
users need to set that parameter in their putTY settings on windows.
Could anyone provide the steps for this, which config files to edit,
or a linux HOWTO? I can't seem to find specifically what I'm looking
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