Raspberry Pi Configuration Tool (GUI)

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Interfaces

SSH

This option allows you to enable or disable remote command-line access to your Raspberry Pi using Secure Shell (SSH) on TCP port 22.

Enabling SSH allows you to remotely access the command-line of the Raspberry Pi from another device on your network, without the need for a locally attached keyboard or display. Disabling SSH ensures the service does not start on boot, freeing up a small amount of processing resources. If connecting your Raspberry Pi directly to a public network, you should disable SSH unless you have setup secure passwords for all users.

The default SSH option is Enabled.

  1. Start on the Raspberry Pi Configuration Interfaces tab.
    Raspberry Pi Configuration: Interfaces

    Raspberry Pi Configuration: Interfaces

  2. At the SSH option, select Enabled or Disabled.

Changes won’t be saved until you click OK to exit the Raspberry Pi Configuration tool, and also requires a reboot to take effect.


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