SSHMe, How I Manage and Connect to Many Servers

I’m not going to add another ‘me-too’ solution but if you wanted to know similar solutions, you can see here.

OK, here’s the situation.

I have many servers to maintain and connect to but every time I want to connect to one or two of those servers, I need to open my notes and type the username I have (along with the password) and the specific port, if any.

For example, I want to connect to machine A with IP 192.168.1.100 using root to specific port 12020. So here’s what I’m doing:

$ ssh -l root 192.168.1.100 -p 12020
[email protected]'s password:

Now, I also want to connect to machine B with with IP 192.168.1.120 using ‘ksetyadi’ to specific port 1224.

$ ssh -l ksetyadi 192.168.1.120 -p 1224
[email protected]'s password:

This is easy when I only have one or two servers but actually, I have more than 5, actually 12, servers to maintain and using the old way is not easy anymore. Not fun.

So, what is the fun way according to me?

I opened my favorite code editor and start making my life easier and fun again.

Without further ado, see the code on Github.

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