What is Telnet/SSH and do you allow it?

For security purposes, we do not enable Telnet at all and we only enable SSH access by request. You must contact our support department or open a support ticket to enable this feature.

SSH is a powerful service which allows you to log into the server remotely to perform specific tasks. Common tasks include modifying file permissions, using compression utilities (tar and zip), and using editors (such as pico or vi) to modify files on the server side.
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