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Using The Device As An Ssh Client To Log In To The Ssh Server; Modem Dial-in Through The Console Port - HP 6125G Configuration Manual

Fundamentals configuration guide.
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Step
16.
Create an SSH user, and
specify the authentication
mode for the SSH user.
17.
Configure common settings
for VTY user interfaces.

Using the device as an SSH client to log in to the SSH server

You can use the device as an SSH client to log in to an SSH server. If the server is located in a different
subnet than the device, make sure the two devices have routes to reach each other.
Figure 18 Logging in to an SSH server from the device
To use the device as an SSH client to log in to an SSH server, perform the following tasks in user view:
Task
Log in to an IPv4 SSH server.
Log in to an IPv6 SSH server.
To work with the SSH server, you might need to configure the SSH client. For information about
configuring the SSH client, see Security Configuration Guide.

Modem dial-in through the console port

You can use a pair of modems to remotely connect to a device through its console port over the PSTN
when the IP network connection is broken. To do so, make sure the dial-in connection, the device, and the
modems are correctly set up.
By default, you can log in to the device through modems without authentication, and have user privilege
level 3. To improve device security, configure AUX login authentication.
The following are authentication modes available for modem dial-in through the console port:
None—Requires no authentication and is insecure.
Password—Requires a password for accessing the CLI. If your password was lost, log in to the
device through the console port and change the password.
Scheme—Uses the AAA module to provide local or remote authentication. If your password was
lost, log in to the device through the console port and change the password. If the username or
password configured on a remote server was lost, contact the server administrator for help.
Command
ssh user username service-type
stelnet authentication-type
{ password | { any |
password-publickey | publickey }
assign publickey keyname }
See
"Configuring common settings
for VTY user interfaces
Command
ssh2 server
ssh2 ipv6 server
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Remarks
N/A
Optional.
(optional)."
Remarks
The server argument represents the IPv4 address
or host name of the server.
The server argument represents the IPv6 address
or host name of the server.

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