If your target data warehouse is behind an SSH server, select the Connect via SSH checkbox option in the target creation experience.
From there you'll need to indicate:
The IP or DNS of your SSH server as seen from the public internet
The SSH port of the SSH server as seen from the public internet (default port is 22)
The user name on the SSH server for the SSH connection (the standard is alooma)
An authentication option (we recommend using our public key)
To authenticate via a public key you'll need to add our public
key to your
file on your SSH Server:
Create group alooma:
sudo groupadd alooma
Create user alooma and its home directory:
sudo useradd -m -g alooma alooma
Switch to the alooma user:
sudo su - alooma
Create the .ssh directory:
chmod 700 ~/.ssh
Move to the .ssh directory:
Create the authorized_keys file:
chmod 600 authorized_keys
Using your favorite text editor, add our public SSH key to the
The key (below) must be all on one line, so make sure there's no unintentional line breaks.
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQC+t5OKwGcUGYRdDAC8ovblV/10AoBfuI/nmkxgRx0J+M3tIdTdxW0Layqb6Xtz8PMsxy1uhM+Rw6cXhU/FQWbOr7MB5hJUqXY5OI4NVtI+cc2diCyYUjgCIb7dBSKoyZecJqp3bQuekuZT/OwZ40vLc42g6cUV01b5loV9pU9DvRl6zZXHyrE7fssJ90q2lhvuBjltU7g543bUklkYtzwqzYpcynNyrCBSWd85aa/3cVPdiugk7hV4nuUk3mVEX/l4GDIsTkLIRzHUHDwt5aWGzhpwdle9D/fxshCbp5nkcg1arSdTveyM/PdJJEHh65986tgprbI0Lz+geqYmASgF firstname.lastname@example.org
If you prefer to authenticate with a password, you can choose that option and specify your password.
If you have any questions about SSH or anything else, contact Alooma support.