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[08] WHAT MACHINE DO I LOG INTO FOR SHELL ACCESS?  HOW MANY CONCURRENT LOGINS?

     If you are an SDF-EU member there is currently only one host which
     is 'odin.sdfeu.org' or just 'sdfeu.org'.  This is due to the very 
     small userbase and usage.  In the future more servers will be
     added to 'sdfeu.org' as needed.

     If you are an SDF member, please keep reading.
     You may use the following aliases to access SDF:

     telnet/ssh:               tty.sdf.org
     ftp/sftp/scp:             ftp.sdf.org

     ARPA member server:       arpa.sdf.org
     MetaARPA member server:   meta.sdf.org

     Historically you would login to 'sdf.lonestar.org' .. however, SDF
     has grown so much, we've got a number of machines available all sharing
     the same disks.  So, no matter what machine you login to, the same
     files, mail and user programs show up.  If you are at a library or
     school which only allows the use of a web browser, you might be 
     able to use a java applet ssh client at http://sdf.org/ssh

     Here is a quick list of machines available for public access:

 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 FQDN (hostname)    Hardware Configuration   Op System     Membership Access
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 ol.sdf.org         AMD64 4GB   4TB DISK     NetBSD 6.1.2  NONE (fileserver)
 mx.sdf.org         AMD64 4GB   2TB DISK     NetBSD 6.1.2  NONE (mail server)
 sdf.lonestar.org   AMD64 4GB   NFS client   NetBSD 6.1.2  General access
 ukato.sdf.org      AMD64 4GB   NFS client   -current      Development
 bjork.sdf.org      AMD64 2GB   NFS client   NetBSD 6.x    Development
 miku.sdf.org       AMD64 4GB   NFS client   NetBSD 6.1.2  motd.org toobnix.org
 faeroes.sdf.org    AMD64 4GB   NFS client   NetBSD 6.1.2  ARPA access
 norge.sdf.org      AMD64 4GB   NFS client   NetBSD 6.1.2  VHOST member access
 iceland.sdf.org    AMD64 4GB   NFS client   NetBSD 6.1.2  MetaARPA only
 ma.sdf.org         AMD64 32GB  6TB DISK     Centos 6.4    MetaARPA only
 vpn.sdf.org        ALPHA 2GB   73GB DISK    NetBSD 4.0.1  VPN PPTP 
 vps1.sdf.org       AMD64 32GB  2TB DISK     NetBSD 5.1    VPS members only
 vps2.sdf.org       AMD64 32GB  2TB DISK     NetBSD 5.1    VPS members only
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
     You may not login to ol.sdf.org.      It is a fileserver. ('maint' is ok)
     You may not login to mx.sdf.org.      It is a fileserver.

     HOW MANY CONCURRENT LOGINS CAN I HAVE?

     You can login as many times as you need within reason.  Meaning, if
     you need to login 10 times to get your code working, go for it! 

     ARE THERE ANY SSH SERVERS RUNNING ON NON-STANDARD PORTS?

     MetaARPA members may connect via SSH on ports 22, 23, 53, 110, 143, 
     and 993 to meta.sdf.org.  These instances of the SSH server support
     TCP Tunneling and X11 Forwarding.  Both iceland and sverige run 
     https on port 443, but sdf, otaku, ukato, faeroes and miku support
     tunnelling on ports 53, 110, 143 and 443.

     SDF-EU (sdf-eu.org) run instances of the SSH server on ports 465, 587,
     995, 996 1025, 8080 and 7070 which support TCP Tunneling and X11 
     Forwarding.  Port 22 is of course available, but does not support Meta-
     ARPA features.

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