Con­fig­ure Router, launch Kippo

Linux Format - - RASPBERRY PI PROTECTION -

Make sure that your router is con­fig­ured to for­ward con­nec­tion re­quests from port 22 to the Rasp­berry Pi’s in­ter­nal port (which is 2222). Next, change the Pi’s own de­fault SSH port to some­thing higher – for ex­am­ple, 65534 – by run­ning sudo sed -i ‘s:Port 22:Port 65534:g’ / etc/ssh/sshd_­con­fig . Fi­nally, run the script ./start.sh from in­side the kippo folder. You may now install kip­pograph if you wish.

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