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Frezzejr

Hello Community,

I have been looking at SSH lately and I wanted to try to shutdown my NAS via SSH trough an Arduino. Now I have been looking around in the WEB for SSH and how to send commands from the Arduino to any device in the network.

I could not find anything.

Does anyone here know weather or not its even possible to run SSH commands on the Arduino??

Or maybe the Raspberry pie?

Thank you, your help is appreciated!!

outofoptions

Beagle Bone Black runs a full Linux distro so that should have SSH capabilities.  Also I think it has Ethernet built in.

russellz

No problem with the raspberry pi.  SSH comes already installed in Raspian.

Russell.
Retired after 40 years as a chartered engineer working mostly with RF and analogue electronics.

MarkT

SSH is way too heavyweight for Uno/Mini/Nano/Mega etc, but might be feasible from Due which has
more horsepower and memory - can't guarantee it.
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Paul__B

For anything wireless, forget all the non-Linux Arduinos.  The ESP8266 may have this functionality.

Johnny010

Doesnt the router have SSH?

I think *some* routers accept SSH connections and also you can install custom scripts. I have never done this, nor do I know if you can get a router to run a script on a successful SSH connection...but yeah.

Frezzejr

Thank you guys! Yes I will stick to the Raspberry Pie then! :)

Paul__B

Yes I will stick to the Raspberry Pie then! :)
Probably delicious, but I think you might need to use a computer. :smiley-lol:  :smiley-lol:  :smiley-lol:

russellz

Probably delicious, but I think you might need to use a computer.
I guess Paul is talking about the difference between Pi (the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter) and Pie (meat or fruit encased in pastry) but I guess that English is not your first language.

Russell.
Retired after 40 years as a chartered engineer working mostly with RF and analogue electronics.

Paul__B

Inattention to detail surpasses language barriers. :smiley-lol:

morheb

SSH is way too heavyweight for Uno/Mini/Nano/Mega etc, but might be feasible from Due which has
more horsepower and memory - can't guarantee it.
i am trying use uno as telnet client to mikrotik
is the telnet also too heavy for it? because im getting nonsense chars

also i tried to ssh from cmd  from pc to telnet, i only got SSH-2.0-ROSSSH as reply, and no replies to any other commands, any idea why and how to solve?

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