How to ssh docker machine by xshell

I know I can type docker-engine ssh default on xshell, but the content will be wired, and if I press ctrl + c which is very often to break command on Linux, it will leave the docker machine, if I use command ssh 192.168.88.100 it asked username and password, what are the username and password

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    if I use command ssh 192.168.88.100 it asked username and password, what are the username and password

    It should not ask you for a username/password if ssh does find the proper public/private key in the $HOME/.ssh folder of the account doing the ssh command.
    Check XShell ssh config (such as those shown here) to see if you can specify your public/private key used for connecting to the docker-machine (they are here).

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