Juju does not associate keyfiles with the instances it creates, so you cannot ssh with them. I tried connecting with filezilla using port 22 (open) using the username juju-admin and the admin-secret found in environments.yaml and it did not work. I would like to edit some of the wordpress content files. I am running on ec2 with nfs charm associated to wordpress.
Ah... windows client.
There is a free ssh client called PuTTY.
It is possible that the client allowed you to create instances that have no authorized keys. Check this by running:
You may need to create a key pair using PuTTY, and add the public key to the authorized-keys. Unfortunately this wouldn't help any machines already running.
Probably best to just destroy that environment and start another one.
In order to FTP into your ec2 machine you will need to install an ftp server such as