How to connect to the server using the Chrome web browser

You can use a famous tool Putty to connect to the server via SSH or Telnet. However, there is another way that you can connect using a browser. Yes, you heard that correctly, you can connect the server using the Chrome web browser. No need for Putty tool. Using the Chorme Secure Shell extension, you can connect to the server using the Chrome web browser.

Here is a step-by-step procedure for connecting a server using the Chrome web browser:

Step 1: Search for “Secure Shell” in the chrome extension window or simply use the link below to find it.

Link to “Secure Shell”: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/secure-shell/pnhechapfaindjhompbnflcldabbghjo?utm_source=gmail

Step 2: Now click on the Add to Chrome button as shown below:

Step 3: Click on the “Add Application” button in the next pop-up window.

server connections using chrome web browser

Step 4: After installation, you need to access the application at the location “chrome: // apps /” where you will find the application icon for the secure shell, now click it.

Step 5: After clicking, a new window pops up. Please enter your details and user IP data as shown below and click on the button “[ENTER] Connect “.

server connections using chrome web browser

Step 6: Now enter Yes, when the system asks “continue connecting” and enter the user password, hooray, you are now connected to the server directly from the Google browser.

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