These instructions are based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1 Desktop and are provided as a courtesy from Enterprise Web Services. Your distro may be different and we do not officially support Linux connections at this time.
Note: If you connect from the Internet (i.e. from Comcast or other ISP), you must first connect to the JH VPN (JHConnect). You can get info about the VPN and at https://portalcontent.johnshopkins.edu/sslvpn/jhconnect-faq.html
You should now have a connection to the webdav server and you should see directories that correspond to the server names that host your site(s).
There is also a command-line webdav client called cadaver and it uses commands similar to those used with command-line ftp clients. You can obtain the installation files from http://www.webdav.org/cadaver/. If you are running RHEL 4 (any version such as WS, ES, etc) or RHEL 5 Desktop, cadaver is available as a Red Hat RPM from either your distribution disks or your update server. Red Hat does not provide cadaver for RHEL 3 or RHEL 6. For these versions you can check with the Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux hosted by fedoraproject.org or you can compile your own version from the cadaver site).