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SSH setup?

Is there a doc somewhere that can tell me how to setup SSH on the 4230? I've setup SSH before on Solaris and had mixed success setting it up on routers. I'd love to see a doc though.

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Re: SSH setup?

SSH is setup and running by default on all version 3.0 or later appliances.

You can configure the following:

1) Turn off telnet and ftp

2) Generate new SSH keys

3) Delete the known SSH Keys of other machines

To configure the above refer to:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/iaabu/csids/csids8/13870_01.htm#63371

You can also limit the IP Address allowed to SSH (or telnet/ftp) refer to:http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/iaabu/csids/csids8/13870_01.htm#xtocid13 (step 13)

New Member

Re: SSH setup?

Yes I should have figured the problem was between OpenSSH and SSH.com. I saw SSH listening and checked out the config file, but I guess there are some tricks to get these two SSHes to play nice. I'll post once I figure it out.

New Member

Re: SSH setup?

K, the problem was the fact that this silly box is running such an old openssh that I had to specify 3des on the command-line *after* fixing hosts.allow. Stupid hand-me-down machines.

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