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- <​p>​Every user with a COR@L account can access the machines listed <a href="​https://​coral.ie.lehigh.edu/​wiki/​doku.php/​coral_lab#​hardware">​here</​a>​ using her/his username and password. ​ However, if you are outside Lehigh’s network, then you need to connect to Lehigh VPN Concentrator or use the Lehigh Linux Jumphost - ssh.lehigh.edu. <a href="​https://​coral.ise.lehigh.edu/​wiki/​doku.php/​tutorial:​vpn">​Please reference the Lehigh VPN Wiki page for guidance</​a>​. Once you are on the VPN or connected to the Jumphost you can connect to cluster directly from your host (vpn) or jumphost. The only host you should be connecting to for cluster work is **polyps.ie.lehigh.edu**</p>+ <​p>​Every user with a COR@L account can access the machines listed <a href="​https://​coral.ie.lehigh.edu/​wiki/​doku.php/​coral_lab#​hardware">​here</​a>​ using her/his username and password. ​ However, if you are outside Lehigh’s network, then you need to connect to Lehigh VPN Concentrator or use the Lehigh Linux Jumphost - ssh.lehigh.edu. <a href="​https://​coral.ise.lehigh.edu/​wiki/​doku.php/​tutorial:​vpn">​Please reference the Lehigh VPN Wiki page for guidance</​a>​. Once you are on the VPN or connected to the Jumphost you can connect to cluster directly from your host (vpn) or jumphost. The only host you should be connecting to for cluster work is <span style = "​font-weight:​bold">​polyps.ie.lehigh.edu</​span>​</p>
 <h4> Linux users </h4> <h4> Linux users </h4>
 <p>If you are a Linux user, then logging into COR@L is straightforward. ​ The following command uses ssh, which is typically available on standard Linux distributions:</​p>​ <p>If you are a Linux user, then logging into COR@L is straightforward. ​ The following command uses ssh, which is typically available on standard Linux distributions:</​p>​
info/user_guide.txt · Last modified: 2021/07/27 12:50 by mjm519