Hi, I'm trying to convert from Telnet to SSH only. Viewing other posts on NetPro, I'm not really sure if I need to upgrade my License or not. As my show sshd commands are showing output to reflect some sort SSH config. What am I missing here ??
CSS11503# sh ver
Version: sg0810106 (08.10.1.06)
Flash (Locked): 08.10.1.06
Flash (Operational): 08.10.1.06
Licensed Cmd Set(s): Standard Feature Set
CSS11503# show sshd version
SSHield version 1.6.1, SSH version OpenSSH_3.0.2p1
CSS11503# show sshd config
Sshd Configuration Information:
Access Restricted: Yes
Maximum Sessions Allowed: 5
Active Sessions: 0
Log Level: warning-4
Listen Socket Count: 1
Listen Port: 22
Listen Address: 0.0.0.0
Server Protocol(s): v1 v2
Server Key Bits: 768
RSA Protocol(SSH1): Enabled
Empty Passwords: Rejected
Keep Alive: Enabled
SSH2 Cipher List: aes128-cbc,3des-cbc,blowfish-cbc, etc...
1. In order to migrate to SSH as the only remote access method do I need to upgrade to the "Enhanced Feature Set" and then get the "Secure Management License" from Cisco or can I skip the Enhanced License and go direct to the Secure License?
2. Or do I just do a "no restrict SSH" ?
3. Are there any SSL keys that need to be generated with the "ssl genrsa" cmd or will the licensing upgrade take of this.
Input greatly appreciated!