Addigy LiveTerminal is an integration that provides a simple and easy way to run an interactive terminal to a remote device that is behind a protected network without requiring any network changes.
This feature provides a more robust and familiar terminal interface than the legacy terminal option available currently in Addigy without compromising on simplicity.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Addigy LiveTerminal user will have access to sudo without the use of a password across devices that have this integration enabled. This is similar to the root access that the legacy Addigy terminal provides with some notable improvements. It will do this by adding a Hidden Admin User.
The Addigy LiveTerminal integration consists of an encrypted tunnel connection created through a direct SSH session. Because of the tunneling methods used, ATL provides a fast, direct connection to the device.
- Live command responses
- No infrastructure or firewall changes needed
- Familiar terminal interface
- Tab completion
- Keyboard interrupts
- Support for continuous commands (tail -f, top, etc.)
- Native text editors (nano, vim, etc.)
- Instant terminal access
- Password-less login
- Password-less sudo
- Multiple sessions on same or different machines
- Multiple SSH windows
- Cloud-based for quick access anywhere
Please see the following articles for Additional information on LiveTerminal:
Addigy LiveTerminal Security Features