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Main Page > RUTX Routers > RUTX09 > RUTX09 Manual > RUTX09 WebUI > RUTX09 Services section > RUTX09 SSHFS

The information in this page is updated in accordance with firmware version RUTX_R_00.07.01.

Summary[edit source]

SSHFS is a tool, which allows you to mount a remote filesystem (in remote SSH server) to your RUTX09 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 RUTX09 devices.

SSHFS is additional software that can be installed from the Services → Package Manager page. The 'Package Manager' service is available from FW version RUTX_R_00.02.01.1

SSHFS[edit source]

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: host Hostname of the remote SSH server.
Port integer [0..65535]; default: 22 Port of the remote SSH server.
Username string; default: user Username of the remote SSH server.
Password string; default: pass Password of the remote SSH server.
Mount Point filepath; default: /sshmount Mount point of remote file system in the RUTX09. 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/