Access an Airwall Gateway Remotely

Once you've Set up Remote Access to Airshell via SSH on an Airwall Gateway, you can use the configured SSH key to log in remotely and run a limited set of airsh commands with airsh as a username.

Note: Remote access is limited to running airsh commands, and only to the Overlay IPs, not any Underlay IPs.
For example, if the Overlay IP for the Airwall Gateway is, use a command such as:
ssh airsh@

You can configure the Overlay IP as a protected device. When policy has been granted to the Overlay IP, you can access remote SSH from a device behind another Airwall Gateway, or from an Airwall Agent.

For full descriptions of airsh commands, see Airshell (airsh) Command Reference.