How to configure SSH alias using bash alias

SSH alias will be helpful while dealing with multiple systems as there no need to remember all hostnames/ip addresses.

This article explains the steps to configure SSH alias using bash alias utility.

Step1: Open Open ~/.bashrc or ~/.bash_profile file.

Step2: Update the SSH connection and save.

alias webserver='ssh root@192.168.10.1'
alias dbbserver='ssh root@192.168.10.2'

Step3: Reload the aliases.

For ~/.bashrc,

#source ~/.bashrc

For ~/.bash_profile,

#source ~/.bash_profile

Now we can able to use the aliases for ssh in the following way.

#webserver

#dbserver

That's all…

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