How it Works
This introduction section is intended to give a high-level overview of the ShellHub.
There are few basic concepts that are important to understand the ShellHub. Those basic concepts are detailed below:
The SSH gateway is a SSH server which forward connections to the devices running ShellHub's agent.
An internet-connected device, such as a computer or something more specific like a single-board computer, running ShellHub's agent.
ShellHub's agent which must be installed on the device.
SSHID is a unique address to identify a device in the SSH gateway, which must be specified in the following format:
<NAMESPACE>: Is the account namespace identifier
<HOSTNAME>: Is the device hostname identifier
<SERVER_ADDRESS>: Is the ShellHub server instance address identifier
Example of SSHID: