Use this page to create SSH configurations, which can be used for configuring remote interpreters, connecting to SFTP deployment servers, and launching SSH sessions.
Create a new SSH configuration.
Remove the selected SSH configuration.
Create a copy of the selected SSH configuration.
Rename the selected SSH configuration.
SSH configuration settings
Visible only for this project
Restrict this SSH configuration to the current project. The configuration will not be available in other projects. DataGrip stores such configurations in the project's .idea directory, which you can share between team members in a VCS.
By default, this option is disabled and DataGrip stores the SHH configuration in the IDE configuration directory. In this case, you can use this configuration in any project when working from the current instance of DataGrip.
Specify the hostname of the server to connect to. The default value is
Specify the username for authentication to the server.
Specify the remote port number to connect to. The default value is
Specify the local port number from which you want to forward the connection. There is no default value, which means DataGrip dynamically selects the port number.
Select the client authentication method:
Parse config file ~/.ssh/config
Read the OpenSSH client-side configuration file for any options not specified in the SSH configuration for the corresponding host.
This option is available only for Password and Key pair authentication types. With OpenSSH config and authentication agent, DataGrip reads the OpenSSH config file in any case.
Try to connect with the current SSH configuration settings.
Send keep-alive messages every
Send regular packets to keep the SSH connection active. Without regular messages, the remote server might close the connection. Set the message period in seconds.
Strict host key checking
Specify how to handle new and changed host keys.
Hash hosts in knownhosts file
Store new host records in hash format.