Terminal commands are often run multiple times, and the OS X terminal supports several ways of doing this.
If you need to access a file or two on a remote server running SSH, then you can use TextWrangler's FTP browsing features to quickly do this.
Apple's Remote Login feature in OS X can be used for securely transferring files using several protocols.
Apple has removed the option to enable FTP services in OS X 10.7 "Lion," but despite this there are ways to establish FTP connections to OS X systems.
If you regularly use "ssh" to establish many remote connections, you might benefit from creating a scripted menu for yourself that contains your server connections.
The OS X Terminal is commonly used for establishing remote connections, and has some options for facilitating this.
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