It's much better to set up a configuration file for ssh. That way, we won't need to remember ip-adresses. We can assign a name to a server and we can automate the process of making a connection.
Here's the configuration used in the video for the
Host homeserver Hostname 192.168.1.36 User vincent IdentityFile /Users/vincent/.ssh/id_demo_purposes
In general, you want to stick to the following recipe for ssh-config files.
Host <your-chosen-name> Hostname <ip-adress> User <username> IdentityFile <path-to-private-file>
With this configuration set, you can now simply ssh via;