You can access a Managed Server VM through a secure shell (SSH) utility by using the Administration Server VM as a proxy.
Alternatively, you can connect to the Administration Server VM with SSH, and from within this SSH session start another SSH connection to the Managed Server VM.
To connect to a Managed Server VM by using the proxy method:
The Public IP address of the Administration Server VM (used as the proxy).
The Host name of the Managed Server VM to which you want to connect.
ssh) to connect to the VM as the
The path to the private key corresponding to the public key used at the time of provisioning.
The Administration Server VM’s public IP address.
The Managed Server VM’s host name.
in this format:
ssh -i path_to_private_key -o ProxyCommand="ssh -W %h:%p -i path_to_private_key opc@admin_server_VM_IP_address" opc@managed_server_host_name
ssh -i /home/myuser/id_rsa -o ProxyCommand="ssh -W %h:%p -i /home/myuser/id_rsa email@example.com" opc@myjcs-wls-2
To download PuTTY, go to http://www.putty.org/ and click the You can download PuTTY here link.
pageantutility to launch PuTTY:
pageant "path to private key" -c "path to putty"
c:\PuTTY\pageant "c:\oracle\rsa.ppk" -c "c:\PuTTY\putty"
pageantto start PuTTY, enter the passphrase for the private key.
The PuTTY Configuration window is displayed, showing the Session panel.
plink -i "path to private key" opc@%proxyhost -nc %host:%port
plink -i "c:\\oracle\\rsa.ppk" opc@%proxyhost -nc %host:%port
.ppkfile extension indicates that the private key is in PuTTY's proprietary format. You must use a key of this format when using PuTTY. If you have to use a key saved in a different format, see the PuTTY documentation.
Note:You can optionally save this session configuration by navigating to the Session panel and clicking Save. When you open PuTTY the next time, you can load this configuration by selecting it and clicking Load.