How to Connect to a Teradata EC2 Instance Using PuTTy

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How to Connect to a Teradata EC2 Instance Using PuTTy

 
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Before you begin, please make sure that you have the following: putty, puttygen, pem file, and the public IP address to your instance.

  1. First, you need to convert your pem file to ppk file by following:
  2. Open “puttygen
  3. From the menu bar, click on Conversions -> Import Key

  4. Select your pem file from the browser and click Open
  5. Under “Actions,” click on “Save private key” and save your key in ppk format

  6. Now open “putty” from your desktop
  7. From the Category on the left side, click on “Session
  8. Fill out the Host Name with the Public IP address of your instance and set the port to 22

  9. Locate to SSH -> Auth from the Category and set the private key with the one you saved from step 6

  10. Click Open
  11. You should login as: ec2-user