To connect to your computer over your home network or the Internet you can use SSH to securely route your communications to your computer from another device (computer or smart phone).
- You have configured SSH on your computer running Linux.
- You have converted your private key in your ~/.ssh folder to putty required format.
- Forwarded port 22 on your ADSL router to your Linux computer.
|1.||Copy putty generated private key to your Nokia phone
Copy the id_rsa.ppk file from your computer to your Nokia E63 phone. Remember the folder where you copied it.
|2.||Download and install s2putty
For the Nokia Symbian S60 3rd Edition phone, download s2putty from here http://s2putty.sourceforge.net/download.html.
Install it on your mobile phone.
|3.||Set up SSH-2 on your mobile phone
On your phone, start up the PuTTY program and configure a connection.Choose Options -> General -> Enter a profile name.
In my case, this is MobilePhoneHost = xxxx.dyndns.com where xxxx is the name you entered when creating your dyndns account.
Username = <your user name on the Linux computer> Do not enter it as user@computer, else you will get an error. Choose Options -> New -> SSH Protocol. Leave the port as 22.
To connect to your Linux computer, run the s2PuTTY program and select the profile (MobilePhone). You can have as many profiles as you want for as many computers that run the SSH service.
This can work on other Symbian phones too. s2PuTTY is an open source project at http://s2putty.sourceforge.net/