The documentation describes how to set up the puttygen.exe for ssh telenet access to the wowza insance running on EC2. I am using Mac OSX, so I want to directly ssh into my wowza instance. I have generated the private key using elastic fox keygen.
My question is: how do I configure my terminal to be able to ssh into my instance of wowza EC2 server. I am quite familiar with ssh access. I am assuming if I use keyed access then I don't need username password authentication since it uses public/private keys right? So when I used Elastic Fox to generate key pairs, I got my private key and Elastic Fox must have copied my public key on to my instance of the server?
So I guess my question boils down to "how should I configure my terminal to pick up the private key generated by ElasticFox" ?
We have paid for our subscription for Wowza on EC2. The server is set up and I am trying to hook it up with our S3 storage. It seems like your how to guides are geared towards "putty". I have been using linux and Mac OSx. Currently I am on a Mac OSX machine. Will you please show me how to enable terminal access to Wowza instance running in EC2?