Configure SecureCRT Connections | Teradata Vantage on AWS (DIY) - 2.2 - Configuring SecureCRT Connections for Teradata Vantage on AWS (DIY) - Teradata Vantage on AWS

Teradata Vantageā„¢ on AWS (DIY) Installation and Administration Guide

Product
Teradata Vantage on AWS
Release Number
2.2
Release Date
May 2021
Content Type
Administration
Configuration
Installation
Publication ID
B035-2800-041K
Language
English (United States)
PrerequisiteThis procedure assumes you have SecureCRT installed.
You can configure SecureCRT to allow connections to Vantage on AWS (DIY) instances.
  1. From the AWS Management Console, select EC2 > Instances.
  2. Record the Public IP of the instance to which you want to connect.
  3. Run SecureCRT.
  4. On the Session Manager, select "" to start a new session.
    You can also press Alt+N.
    The New Session Wizard opens.
  5. At SecureCRT protocol, select SSH2, and click Next.
  6. At Hostname, enter the public IP address you previously recorded.
  7. At Port, type 22.
  8. At Username, type ec2-user, then select Next.
  9. At SecureFX protocol, select SFTP, then select Next.
  10. At Session name, enter a name for the session, then select Finish.
    The New Session Wizard closes.
  11. In the Session Manager, right-click on the new session you just created, then select Properties.
  12. Under Category, select SSH2 to view the SSH2 options.
  13. At Authentication, select PublicKey, then select Properties.
    The Public Key Properties window opens.
  14. Select Use global public key setting.
  15. Select Use identity or certificate file, and browse to the Amazon key pair *.pem file that was created when you deployed the instance.
  16. Select OK to return to the SSH2 settings.
  17. At Key exchange, select every line that contains diffie-hellman,then select OK.
    Diffie-Hellman is a method of securely exchanging keys over a public channel.
  18. Back on the Session Manager, double-click your session to connect to your instance.