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The "connect" command line tool provides a way to SSH into remote machines. It allows users to establish secure shell connections with remote servers and execute commands or transfer files between the local and remote systems. This tool is particularly useful for system administrators and developers who need to manage remote servers or access remote resources.

The "connect" command line tool typically consists of options and arguments to specify the connection details, such as the remote host address, user credentials, and port number. It uses the SSH (Secure Shell) protocol for secure communication and authentication.

Once connected, users can interact with the remote machine's command line interface as if they were physically present at the remote server. They can execute commands, run scripts, modify files, and perform various administrative tasks remotely.

Connect also supports various advanced features like tunneling, port forwarding, and agent forwarding, which enable users to securely access resources on the remote machine or through it.

Overall, the "connect" command line tool simplifies the process of establishing and managing SSH connections, providing a secure and efficient method for remote server management and resource access.

List of commands for connect:

  • deluge-console:tldr:83ed2 deluge-console: Connect to a Deluge daemon instance.
    $ connect ${hostname}:${port}
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