Can't access a droplet using SSH, there's another way?

March 4, 2015 2.3k views
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I don't know why but at my home I can't access a droplet using SSH, because I always got the same error "Permission denied, please try again.".
I have no problem when I try to access at my university, so the problem is not related with a wrong configuration or I have type a wrong password, the problem is that this problem only happens on my home.
So I'd like to know if there's other way to access remotely a droplet?

2 comments
  • why not actually fix the problem? permission denied means just that. configure your client to provide ssh keys as authentication credentials to your droplet.

  • You can access it from through the web console from DigitalOcean's control panel.

1 Answer

This question was answered by @jesin:

You can access it from through the web console from DigitalOcean's control panel.

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