sshd starts at reboot. You can verify that its running by doing "ps | grep sshd"
These are the results that are displayed when running the command right after boot up.
root@clanton:~# ps | grep sshd
1340 root 3256 S /usr/sbin/sshd
1423 root 1280 S grep sshd
In addition to what Intel_JEspinoza has said, I wonder how do you determine that SSH doesn't start? Another question is - do you have an access to the serial console (port, which looks like an audio jack)?
It is working now. I don't know if it was working all along and I was having networking problems or following the instructions fixed it. Thanks for the help.