Instead of accessing your Shell™ from a browser, you also have the option to SSH into your Shell™ from any device that supports SSH tools. For this example, I'll be using my personal desktop running Windows 10 to SSH into my Ubuntu 20.04 Shell™.
First, we need the IP address of our Shell™, the username of our Shell™, and our Shell™'s port number that is open for SSH. The IP address and port number can both be found on the Shell™ console by going to console.shells.com -> Your Shells™ -> EDIT for the shell that you'd like to SSH into:
The IP address is Host;
Next, open up Windows Powershell. An application should run that looks similar to this:
In Powershell, run the following command:
ssh username@ip_address -p port_number
where username is the username associated with your specific Shell™, ip_address is the IP address of your Shell™, and port_number is the port number associated with SSH for your specific Shell™.
Using the information from the first image that had my Shell™ info, my Powershell command would look like this:
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -p 17287
Doing this correctly should prompt you to input the password for your Shell™:
Input the password for your Shell™, and you should be greeted with a screen similar to this:
Congratulations! You've used SSH to remotely connect to your Ubuntu Shell™. Note that this process is roughly the same if you were to remotely connect to your Shell™ from a Linux device as well.