I would like to setup my Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server for a backdoor in case ssh crashes. I would simply connect to the server and restart ssh manually but this is not possible. Contacting the system administrator so he can restart it takes too much time aswell.
So is it possible to setup a web terminal to manage the system? If there are equal solutions i would be glad to know them. So far i have not found a web-terminal which is bound to ssh.
Thanks in advance.
Because of the negative downvotes i want to clarify:
We live in a dorm and the serverstructure is maintained by students. i don't have access to this structure and usually there are sometimes configuration problems (who knows what they do...). Openssh did in fact crash 2 times now and i couldn't find out why. 2 times the networkadmins were pissed about me saying i crashed it somehow eventhough they setup this serverinstance for me and i don't mess with the ssh settings (in fact i was not even working on the machine when the crash happened). That's why i needed a method to solve the hassle of waiting 2-3 month for the networkadmins to even look at my emails/case.
Thanks all. You are right, bypassing such security procedures is discouraged so i will have a look at monit to stabelize the system in a safe way.