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 ''#​ ssh 192.168.240.1''​ ''#​ ssh 192.168.240.1''​
  
-With a correct ​password you are now connected ​to the Yun.+The default ​password ​for the Arduino Yun is '​doghunter'​. Enter the password when prompted and you should gain access ​to the Yun. To change the password once inside, use the ''​passwd''​ command.
  
 To connect via ssh without using wireless, plug the Yun's Ethernet port directly into a switch or router. The Ethernet port is setup as a WAN port, defaulting to a DHCP client. The WAN connection therefore allows the Yun to connect to the Internet. You'll need access to the upstream DHCP server in order to look up the IP address obtained by the Yun. You can obtain help from this tutorial [[http://​itsfoss.com/​how-to-find-what-devices-are-connected-to-network-in-ubuntu/​|here]]. Or you can first connect to the Arduino Yun via minicom (following the tutorial below) and run the command: To connect via ssh without using wireless, plug the Yun's Ethernet port directly into a switch or router. The Ethernet port is setup as a WAN port, defaulting to a DHCP client. The WAN connection therefore allows the Yun to connect to the Internet. You'll need access to the upstream DHCP server in order to look up the IP address obtained by the Yun. You can obtain help from this tutorial [[http://​itsfoss.com/​how-to-find-what-devices-are-connected-to-network-in-ubuntu/​|here]]. Or you can first connect to the Arduino Yun via minicom (following the tutorial below) and run the command:
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