If you want to access your Droplet on DigitalOcean, you can do so through the web interface or the command line. The web interface is generally more user-friendly, but the command line has some advantages, such as the ability to manage multiple Droplets simultaneously.
To access your Droplet through the web interface, go to the Droplet’s public IP address in your web browser. For example, if your Droplet’s public IP address is 192.168.1.10, you would go to http://192.
1.10. To access your Droplet through the command line, use the DigitalOcean command line tool, dportal. From there, you can use the dportal command to list all of your Droplets, access information about a specific Droplet, upload files to or from a Droplet, or create a new Droplet.
If you want to use the DigitalOcean command line tool to manage multiple Droplets simultaneously, you’ll need to install the DigitalOcean CLI. The DigitalOcean CLI is available as a free download from the DigitalOcean website.
1. Make sure you are using the correct username and password.
2. If you are using an SSH key, make sure it is added to your droplet.
3. Check your droplet’s firewall settings to make sure port 22 (for SSH) is open.
4. If you are still having trouble, contact DigitalOcean support for help.
Once you have the DigitalOcean CLI installed, you can use it to manage your Droplets, including creating and deleting Droplets, editing Droplet configurations, and viewing Droplet performance metrics.
Finally, if you want to learn more about using the DigitalOcean command line tool, we recommend reading our introduction to the DigitalOcean CLI and our guide to using the DigitalOcean CLI to create and delete Droplets.