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SSH Version Supported by Access Points

Hi,

I'm hoping this is an easy question...so apologies if it appears facile, but I can't find a definitive answer in any Cisco docs I've looked through.

When access points are used with a WLC, its possible to allow the access points to accept SSH connections (Under the advanced tab of the AP config).

My question is this: which version of SSH will be used when SSH sessions are created to the AP? (SSH v2?)

All of the data sheets etc. talk about SSH support, but give now version details.

Thanks in advance.

Nigel.

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SSH Version Supported by Access Points

Hi Nigel,

Scott is right (as usual )

Just to confirm, I accessed a CAPWAP AP and looked at the #sh derived-config and this was the only SSH output shown, with SSH enabled on the AP:

!

!

ip ssh version 2

!

!

So, it looks like only SSH2 is allowed. Just to let you know the code ver was 7.0.116.0

Rocky

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Re: SSH Version Supported by Access Points

SSH2 is what I use to access the APs

Thanks,

Scott Fella

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SSH Version Supported by Access Points

Hi Nigel,

Scott is right (as usual )

Just to confirm, I accessed a CAPWAP AP and looked at the #sh derived-config and this was the only SSH output shown, with SSH enabled on the AP:

!

!

ip ssh version 2

!

!

So, it looks like only SSH2 is allowed. Just to let you know the code ver was 7.0.116.0

Rocky

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