Change SSH Port
By default, Everywhere, The SSH port is 22. However, Linux allows you to change the SSH port on your Server. It makes a lot of sense to change the SSH port. If someone tries to brute-force the default SSH port, they will not find the SSH service running.
There are 65535 ports in a Linux system. You can keep any port as long as any other service does not currently use it. With a random SSH port, The login “attempts” on your Server will decrease a lot! And it also becomes very hard to find the SSH port.
With ServerAvatar, You can change the SSH port on your Server. Here is the step-by-step tutorial to change it.
Step 1: First, log in to the ServerAvatar Account.
Step 2: Click on the Server Dashboard button.
Step 3: Now, you will see the option Settings on the left-hand sidebar of the Server Panel. Click on “Settings”.
Step 4: Now, you will see the Settings form like the below image. Then scroll down to “Security Settings”.
Step 5: You can change your SSH Port. Then click on the “Update” button.