Creating an account
The initial step entails registering as a user. We highly recommend following the outlined steps on the website and reviewing the user registration diagram to avoid any potential issues with your application.
For members of CSIC who intend to create a group, a group registration must be requested through group registration and follow the the corresponding steps outlined on the website.
Connecting with CESGA
To ensure security, access to our servers is strictly limited to authorized centers, which include Galician universities, CSIC centers, and centers with special agreements. Therefore, only registered users from these centers are permitted to access the servers. Access from outside of these authorized centers must use VPN.
The secure access to our servers requires an SSH (Secure Shell) client that enables encrypted information transfers. SSH allows remote connection between computers over a network, facilitating the execution of commands on remote machines and the transfer of files between them. It provides strong authentication and ensures secure communication over non-secure channels. All communications are automatically and transparently encrypted, including passwords which eliminates the possibility of password capture, a common means by which computer system security is compromised. Most versions of SSH also offer remote copy (SCP) functionality, and many provide a secure FTP (SFTP) client. Additionally, SSH allows secure X-Windows connections.
For additional information regarding the VPN and its configuration, please refer to the following steps at how to connect.
This authorization request is intended for new center asociations or for users which need mandatory the registration of their public IP to granteed access due to technical problems.