Using SSH Between Raspberry Pis
As your local network grows with the addition of new Raspberry Pis, you may want to keep your workload minimized by using SSH between Raspberry Pis. If you use SSH to connect from Pi to Pi, you can easily move files and program any Pi quickly and efficiently.
To connect to other Raspberry Pis with SSH, you will need to have SSH enabled. The simplest way to to enable SSH is to run the command ‘raspi-config’ from the command line. Then, simply select SSH and make sure it is enabled.
Once SSH is enabled, you can easily SSH into another Raspberry Pi on your local network. An example connection is shown below.