If you SSH to the same server a lot and don’t want to type the password each time you can configure SSH so you don’t have to.
First login to your terminal as normal and run
This will ask you the name of the key pair file you want to use.
It will suggest ~/.ssh/id_rsa
It will also create an id_rsa.pub file.
Next you need to “copy” that file to the server you want to connect to, you do by using the ssh-copy-id command.
$ ssh-copy-id user@hostname
You will be prompted for your password one last time, but from that point on you should be able to connect without using your password.
NOTE: If you want to do the same thing to another host, all you need to do is use the ssh-copy-id command again and replace the hostname with the new hostname.