SSH (Secure Telnet): How to Get it, and Why We Ask that You Do
1. Unzip both files to a directory of your choosing. Winzip should do this
pretty easily, but pkunzip for dos also works just. You can get these on the
web if you dont happen to have a copy.
2. Run SSH32. When it asks you for a cryptographic library, tell it to look
for crypt32.dll in its own directory. This should cause the program to come
3. A Box of configuration options will be in front of you if everything so far
has worked. Name the profile name Channel1. Proceed to fill in Host Name with:
4. Next fill in your UserID with whatever your UserID is.
5. Where it says port off to the right, fill in 22
6. For Authentication type you want just password checked.
7. On the right there is a Cipher option. Select 3des.
8. Leave compression at none, and the only box below compression that should be checked
9. Click save under profile name. Next time you use the program you can bring up the Channel1
Profile and not have to input this stuff again.
10. Go ahead and click on OK to connect. You should now be connected with secure telnet!