SSH Into a Raspberry Pi#
This guide describes how to connect to a Raspberry Pi over a secure ssh connection. It is expected the Raspberry Pi is connected over ethernet and has the IP 192.168.2.2, which is standard for most ROVs.
For Windows, we recommend using Putty, which can be downloaded here
After installing, open Putty and type the address of the Raspberry Pi (which should be set to 192.168.2.2 if you are following Our Guide)
Keep the other settings as default and click the
After connecting you will be prompted with a security alert. Ensure you select accept.
To log in, use the following credentials: username:
You will be greeted with a terminal
First, open your terminal app.
If using Linux, this will depend on your distribution. On MacOS, you can open spotlight and type:
The general format for ssh on unix is:
ssh -p port user@IP-Address
Enter the following command:
ssh -p 22 email@example.com
The password will be
raspberry by default.