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SSH in switch 2950 series

i want to enable to a switch 2950 ssh version 2 but only is enable for client and not for server.

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New Member

Re: SSH in switch 2950 series

Hi. SSH will work on your switch after you have configured your system's crypto key (crypto key generate rsa) and set the transport method on your vty lines (the default is both telnet and ssh).

Also make sure that you have given yourself access to use the ssh service if you have an ACL applied to the VTY's.

An example VTY config allowing ssh, telnet and local authentication from 10.0.0.2 is shown below:

access-list 105 permit tcp host 10.0.0.2 any range 22 telnet log

line vty 0 4

access-class 105 in

exec-timeout 9 0

privilege level 0

login local

Cisco Employee

Re: SSH in switch 2950 series

Hi,

The switch supports an SSHv1 or an SSHv2 server.

The switch supports an SSHv1 client.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat2950/12122ea5/2950scg/swauthen.htm#wp1237270

to enable sshv2, configure "ip ssh version 2" in global config mode. "show ip ssh" will display the current settings.

HTH,

Bobby

New Member

Re: SSH in switch 2950 series

hi

i have two switchs are cofiguration wiht ssh version 2 and display this error

C29pruebas#ssh -l e 168.176.201.64

Trying 168.176.201.64...Open

[Connection to 168.176.201.64 aborted: error status 0]

Cisco Employee

Re: SSH in switch 2950 series

Hi,

You are seeing the error because the ssh client is v1 and the ssh server is v2.

There is no support for an ssh v2 client on the 2950.

-Bobby

New Member

Re: SSH in switch 2950 series

hi

then, two switch with only version 2 no connect

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