how to automate ssh sessions using the public key instead of the password ?
can anybody tell me how to automate ssh sessions using the public key instead of the password ?
I can login with ssh#2 to the router without any problem.
I previously generated a pair of dedicated keys for ssh such as:
key name: routerSSH ... pair was generated at: 21:46:53 UTC Sep 10 2009 storage device: private-config usage: signature key key is not exportable ...
key name: routerSSH ... pair was generated at: 21:47:17 UTC Sep 10 2009 storage device: private-config usage: encryption key key is not exportable ...
key name: routerSSH.server ... pair was generated at: 03:33:33 UTC Nov 25 2009 temporary key usage: encryption key key is not exportable ...
I understand I need to grab the public key generated on the router, place it somewhere on my workstation telling PuTTY where it is, and then I should be able to login with -l username but without the password right ?
... problem is I don't figure which one is the public key since they the router states: signature, encryption, and temp encryption key ... so which one should I use ?
... just point to a document telling how to because it seems I cannot find it in the IOS configuration guides
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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