Turnkey IoT Solution from SocketXP for Raspberry Pi Remote SSH Access

Imagine managing few thousands of Raspberry Pi devices at your work or at your customer site. How would you configure, setup, access or even debug them from remote locations?

SocketXP provides turnkey IoT solution that can bring up hundreds or thousands of Raspberry Pi devices online for remote SSH connectivity via secure tunneling in less than a minute(limited only by your ability to copy paste a command).

Not just that, it is highly secure (uses secure SSL/TLS tunneling — a lightweight VPN alternative solution)

Just 2 simple steps.

Step #1

Single-Touch Agent Installation Script

Copy a single command from SocketXP Portal Page as shown below.

Note: The above command has a unique auth-token assigned just for you and your devices.

Paste the above command on your Raspberry Pi device terminal. Paste this command on as many number of devices as you want to bring up for remote connectivity. Just one command for all your Raspberry Pi devices.

Step #2

Check if your device is up and connected on the SocketXP portal page as shown below.

Click the terminal icon next to your RPi device.

Provide your RPi SSH credentials in the next screen.

Boom… and there you are, now inside your RPi SSH shell. Now type any command in the shell. Say for example “htop”.

How hard was this? Easy-Peasy isn’t it?

Let me know what you think about this single-touch installation and our SocketXP Raspberry Pi remote SSH connectivity solution in general.

BTW, did I say that it’s completely free for adding upto 4 RPi devices?

Got 5 or more devices? SocketXP service is just 20 Cents per device for one full month of remote connectivity ? And that too backed by a 14-day money back guarantee!!

Read more about the full solution here:
https://www.socketxp.com/iot/remote-ssh-iot/

Originally published at https://dev.to on June 24, 2020.

Ganesh Velrajan is the founder of SocketXP. Learn more about SocketXP Remote Access Solutions at https://www.socketxp.com

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