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RE: ssh access to cisco and "unfriendlies"
Before configuring the SSH server feature, you must configure a hostname and host domain for your router hostname sshunfriendlyrouter ip domain-name sounfriendly.org Before configuring the SSH server, you must generate a RSA key-pair for the router. When you generate an RSA key-pair for the router, you automatically enable SSH. When you delete the RSA key-pair, you automatically disable the SSH server. crypto key generate rsa 1024 (The recommended minimum modulus size is 1024 bits). Then configure the ssh parameters... ip ssh time-out 60 ip ssh authentication-retries 2 basically, you are done. From unix machine logon using ssh -l command. Or I use TeraTerm Pro with ssh works like a charm. -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of Sutantyo, Danny Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2000 12:31 PM To: 'theo' Cc: [email protected] Subject: RE: ssh access to cisco and "unfriendlies" So How do you configure to run ssh on the router? instead of telnet? DS -----Original Message----- From: theo [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Thursday, November 23, 2000 1:41 AM Cc: [email protected] Subject: Re: ssh access to cisco and "unfriendlies" Jim Mercer wrote: > i've been trying to get ssh access to cisco IOS 12.1.2 working, but no > matter what i do, the openssh client says "3des not supported by server". > or you need to recompile your ssh distribution so that it supports des as well (3des is the default option). In that way it works. If you are outside US is very unlikely that you will get a copy of 3des capable software by cisco. They seem to be very strict on export policy regarding that thing. -- theo