SSH into your docker instance

Pre-requisites

This documentation aims to set up an SSH server into your Docker container and allows people from outside having a generated SSH private key accessing your EnterMedia instance’s filesystem.

Have an instance of the EnterMedia EMShare application version 9+ running into a Docker container.

Get the latest version of the entermedia-docker.sh (if you made any changes in this script they will be overwritten):

cd [YOUR-INSTANCE]/NODE && curl -o entermedia-docker.sh -jL docker.entermediadb.org

 

1. Remove the comments on the following line of your entermedia-docker.sh script

`#-p 22$NODENUMBER:22` \

 

2. Update the entermediadb9 Docker image and rebuild your container

/[YOUR-INSTANCE]/NODE/update.sh

 

3. Copy the generated SSH private key on your remote machine

cat [YOUR-INSTANCE]/services/client/.ssh/client.pk

 

4. Example of configuration needed to remotely access your container

Host my-docker-container
Hostname myserver
Port 22[INSTANCE-NODE]
User client
IdentityFile ~/.ssh/[MY-PRIVATEKEY.pk]