Using Network ToolsIncluded on this page:
Every computer on the Internet has a unique address. Before you can connect and interact with a particular computer, you must know its address. The first part of an address represents the computer's name called the host name. This is followed by a hierarchical naming structure know as the domain name.
For more information on ssh, enter:
To connect to a remote computer, enter:
When you connect to a remote computer with telnet, you must then log in to that computer (see Logging In and Out). Most computers require you to have an account before you can log in. Type quit to exit ssh.
For more information on sftp, enter:
To connect to a different computer, enter:
This connects you to the computer address that you specify. Type quit to exit sftp and return to the system prompt.