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 These steps set up remote access to a home network using an ssh tunnel to a DreamCompute host. These steps set up remote access to a home network using an ssh tunnel to a DreamCompute host.
  
-  - At the DreamCompute [[https://​iad2.dreamcompute.com/​project/​security_groups/​|Security Groups]] ​panel...+  - At the DreamCompute [[https://​iad2.dreamcompute.com/​project/​security_groups/​|Security Groups]] ​and [[https://​iad2.dreamcompute.com/​project/​key_pairs/​|Key Pairs]] panels...
     - Create a new Security Group ruleset. ​ Add rules to open the desired ports, including port 22 for ssh.  For example, to open port 22 use parameters: Custom TCP Rule, Ingress, Port 22, Remote CIDR = 0.0.0.0/0.     - Create a new Security Group ruleset. ​ Add rules to open the desired ports, including port 22 for ssh.  For example, to open port 22 use parameters: Custom TCP Rule, Ingress, Port 22, Remote CIDR = 0.0.0.0/0.
     - Create a Key Pair, download the public key (e.g., ''​cloud.pem''​),​ and put it in the home server ''​~/​.ssh''​ directory.     - Create a Key Pair, download the public key (e.g., ''​cloud.pem''​),​ and put it in the home server ''​~/​.ssh''​ directory.
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