Mounting a Network Drive on a Mac

Sometimes for work I had to mount a network drive after connecting by SSH.  On a Windows machine, it’s pretty easy because you can type the address directly in Windows Explorer.  You can also type it in the Run box.  I didn’t know how to do it on a Mac so I had to look it up.  It turns out it’s pretty easy.  Just open a Finder window and press Command + K which brings up the Connect to Server window.  From there, you can type the address such as smb://<address here> and click connect.  You can then enter your login and password and connect.  Thanks to OSXDaily for the information.  They also describe how to permanently mount it as the method I described only lasts until the next reboot or disconnect.