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Some examples of using SSH to connect.
Ensure that SSH is enabled in the Consol/Device Server Configuration. Ensure that the Line has been configured for Service = Rev SSH. Refer to your User Guide for full details.
Basic outline of using SSH clients to connect to a Line on the Console/Device server, using OpenSSH, puTTY, and Secure CRT.
ssh -l [username] -p [CSPort#] [hostname/IP address]
ssh -p [CSPort#] [username]@[hostname/IP address]
The -1 or -2 option will only use the SSH version.
ssh -l admin -p 10008 cs9000
ssh -2 email@example.com
To disconnect from the CS9000 SSH session type "~."
See your man pages for more details on SSH options.
Note: to specify a terminal emulation add the "TERM=" environment variable before the ssh command:
Example: # TERM=vt100 ssh admin@sds
Hostname/IP address of CS9000
Select Protocol = SSH
Port = CSPort# or 22
Connection -> SSH configuration
Select the SSH version that is configured in the CS9000.
Van Dyke Secure CRT
Select Protocol = Select the SSH version that is configured in the CS9000.
Hostname = hostname or IP address
Port = CSport# or 22
Authentication = Password
Note: most implementations of SSH offer a debug/verbose mode to trouble shoot connections.
See your manual/help pages of your SSH client for more details on customizing the SSH client connection, such as setting the TERM Type.
Note: setting the Port# to 22 will connect to the unit itself. Most SSH clients default to this port number.
Note: the CS9000 only supports v100 or ANSI terminal emulation so ensure that your SSH client is using the same terminal type.