Remote Access

Sometimes you need to access a Raspberry Pi without connecting it to a monitor. Perhaps the Pi is embedded in something like a robot, or you may want to view some information from it from elsewhere. Maybe you simply don't have a spare monitor! You can find more information on accessing your Raspberry Pi remotely here.

Contents

  • IP address
    • How to find your Raspberry Pi's IP address in order to connect to it
  • Access over Internet
    • Remote access to the Pi over the internet using Weaved
  • VNC
    • Remote access to the Pi's graphical interface, viewed in a window on another computer
  • SSH
    • Access the command line of the Pi from another computer
  • SFTP
    • Copy files between your Pi and another computer using SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol)
  • SCP
    • Copy files between your Pi and another computer using SCP (Secure Copy Protocol)
  • SSHFS
    • Copy files between your Pi and another computer using SSHFS (Secure Shell Filesystem)
  • rsync
    • Synchronise folders between the Pi and another computer using rsync over SSH
  • FTP
    • Copy files between your Pi and another computer using FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
  • Web Server
    • Set up a website or a web page to display some information about the Pi, using a web browser on another machine, on the network or on the internet.