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I have recently installed Debian on a new server for my company. I have configured the server with all the network information for when it gets plugged in at Equinix, so I can't get online with it now. However, I need to install SSH on the server so that I can remote connect to it. I have the Debian SSH package on a cd, but I don't know how to install from a cd? Can anyone please give me a quick guide? Thanks in advance.
I assume you mean that you set up all the information in /etc/network/interfaces?

Why not just 'dhclient eth0' (assuming you have broadband where you set this up), and then 'ifdown eth0 && ifup eth0' when you need to use the other connection?

This is how you do it, however:

mount /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom
apt-cdrom -d /mnt/cdrom add
apt-get update
apt-get install ssh
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