SSH ( Secure Shell Host ) can be used to encrypt communications between Automatic Backup Scheduler for MySQL and your remote MySQL server. This is known as SSH tunneling and is actually quite simple to use.
SSH Host: Address of the machine on which SSH server is running.
SSH Port: Port on which SSH server is listening. By default, it is 22.
Username: Username to access the SSH server ( Note: It's not the MySQL server ).
You can use either Password authentication or Private/Public Key authentication with SSH tunneling. Most users use password authentication.
Use Proxy Server: If the SSH Server should communicated with Proxy Server, please check the option and set it. Read more...