Assume I have 2 Ubuntu computer, and I will call:
Computer1: 192.168.11.155 Computer2: 192.168.11.186
I am using the Computer1 to access into Computer2 by using this command in the terminal: "ssh -v firstname.lastname@example.org" and type password to access into Computer2. These things are easily done with internet connection.
Can I do similar those step without internet connection?
I do not how, but I believe we can do that, because I have done it before in the Windows OS. We have the "Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniport Adapter" which is using as the router.
When "Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniport Adapter" turn on, any device such as: phone, laptop,... can see network name of it and connect it by using password, even putty or ssh (with knowing IP address), you can look at this link for further infomation: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/what-is-microsoft-virtual-wifi-miniport-adapter/78a96f27-ae98-42e1-891d-e8651cd99748
If that router have no connection, but the option "Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniport Adapter" still on, we can use putty or ssh access into computer and control it.I mean 2 Ubuntu computers is possible communicate via ssh without using internet.
Do we have any option similar in the Ubuntu machine?