Template:Networking rutos manual sshfs

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SSHFS is a tool, which allows you to mount a remote filesystem (in remote SSH server) to your {{{name}}} device using SSH. This service is safe to use as it authenticates connections and encrypts them.

This chapter of the user manual provides an overview of the SSHFS page for {{{name}}} devices.

SSHFS is additional software that can be installed from the System → [[{{{name}}} Package Manager|Package Manager]] page.


SSHFS configuration consists of setting up authentication, port and mount information parameters. Below is an example oh the SSHFS configuration page.

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Field Value Description
Enable off | on; default: off Turns the SSHFS service on or off.
Hostname string; default: none Hostname of the remote SSH server.
Port integer [0..65535]; default: none Port of the remote SSH server.
Username string; default: none Username of the remote SSH server.
Password string; default: none Password of the remote SSH server.
Mount Point filepath; default: /sshmount Mount point of remote file system in the {{{name}}}. Remote file system has to be mounted at root / level. By default the remote file system will be mounted on /sshmount, directory will be automatically created if does not exist yet.
Mount Path filepath; default: /home/ Mount path in the remote SSH server. For example, if SSH server is hosted on Ubuntu operating system, the Mount Path could look like this (depending on your needs): /home/username/

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