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SSH Tectia

Index

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$HOME, Directory Paths
%APPDATA%, Directory Paths
%USERPROFILE%, Directory Paths
.ssh2, Saving Settings, Loading Settings
<INSTALLDIR>, Directory Paths

A

account
local, User Authentication with Public Keys
active mode FTP, Tunneling FTP in Active Mode
agent forwarding, The default-settings Element, Secure Shell Tunneling
AIX
installation, Installing on AIX
uninstallation, Removing from AIX
APPDATA, Directory Paths
application
direct connection, Defining the Connection Capture Settings
Application Data, File Locations on Windows, Managing Keys and Certificates
application tunneling, Secure Shell Tunneling
ASCII file transfer mode, Defining File Transfer Mode
association
file type, Defining File Transfer Settings, Loading Settings
audit messages, Audit Messages
authentication, Authentication, User Authentication with Public Keys
certificate, Using Public-Key Authentication, Managing Keys and Certificates, Managing CA Certificates, Server Authentication with Certificates, Using the Configuration File (Unix), User Authentication with Certificates
GSSAPI, Defining Authentication, Defining Authentication, User Authentication with GSSAPI, Answers to Common Problems
host-based, Host-Based User Authentication (Unix)
Kerberos, User Authentication with GSSAPI
keyboard-interactive, Defining Authentication, Defining Authentication, User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
PAM, User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
password, Defining Authentication, Defining Authentication, User Authentication with Passwords, User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
public-key, Using Public-Key Authentication, Defining Authentication, Defining Authentication, Managing Keys and Certificates, Server Authentication with Public Keys, User Authentication with Public Keys
RADIUS, User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
SecurID, User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
authentication methods, The default-settings Element, Defining Authentication, Defining Authentication, Authentication
authority info access, Server Authentication with Certificates
authorization file, Files
authorized_keys directory, Files
authorized_keys file, Files
automatic tunnels, Defining Automatic Tunnels

B

base-64, Options
basic configuration, Configuring Connection Broker
binary file transfer mode, Defining File Transfer Mode

C

C-API, Component Terminology
CA certificate, The general Element, Managing CA Certificates, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
capture, Defining the Connection Capture Settings
case-sensitivity, Defining File Transfer Settings, Filename Support, Filename Support
certificate
enrolling, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
revoked, Server Authentication with Certificates
certificate authentication
server, The general Element, Managing CA Certificates, Server Authentication with Certificates, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
user, Managing Keys and Certificates, User Authentication with Certificates
certificate enrollment, Using the GUI (Windows)
certificate revocation list
prefetch, Managing CRL Prefetch Settings
certificate revocation list (CRL), The general Element, Server Authentication with Certificates, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
certificate validation, The general Element
certificate viewer, ssh-certview-g3
certificates, Keys View, Managing Keys and Certificates
certification
FIPS 140-2, The general Element, Defining General Settings
certification authority (CA), The general Element, Server Authentication with Certificates
CertKey, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
channel, Secure Shell Tunneling
characters
valid, Filename Support, Filename Support
checkpoint-restart, Commands
chmod, Defining Advanced File Transfer Options
ciphers, The default-settings Element
client configuration file, Files Related to SSH Tectia Client
CMP client, ssh-cmpclient-g3
color settings, Defining Color Settings, Selecting Colors
command-line options, Using Command-Line Options
command-line tools, Command-Line Tools and Man Pages
components, Product Components
compression, The default-settings Element
configuration file
server, Files Related to SSH Tectia Client
syntax, Broker Configuration File Syntax
configuring, SSH Tectia Configuration Tool (Windows)
configuring menus, Customize Dialog
configuring terminal window, Configuring SSH Tectia Terminal and File Transfer GUI (Windows)
confirmation dialogs, Defining Messages
Connection Broker, Using Public-Key Authentication, Configuring Connection Broker, SSH Tectia Configuration Tool (Windows)
debugging, Starting Connection Broker in Debug Mode
connection capture, Defining the Connection Capture Settings
connection log, Logs View
connection profile, The profiles Element
connection profiles, Defining Connection Profiles
connection settings, SSH Tectia Configuration Tool (Windows)
connections, Connections View
Connections view, Connections View
Control Panel, Removing from Windows
copying text, Defining the Appearance
create shortcut, Defining Connection Profiles
CRL
disabling, The general Element, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
prefetch, Managing CRL Prefetch Settings
CRL distribution point, Server Authentication with Certificates
CRL prefetch, The general Element
cryptographic library, The general Element, Defining General Settings
customer support, Customer Support
customizing
pop-up menus, Customize Dialog
shortcut menus, Customize Dialog
toolbars, Customizing Toolbars
customizing settings, Customize Dialog

D

default domain, The general Element, Managing CA Certificates
default installation directory, Installing on Windows
default profile, Using Command-Line Options
defining
TCP tunnels, Defining Transparent Tunnels
defining Connection Broker menu items, Defining General Settings
defining date format, Defining File Transfer Settings
defining pop-up menus, Customize Dialog
defining shortcut menus, Customize Dialog
defining terminal colors, Selecting Colors
defining time format, Defining File Transfer Settings
defining user interface settings, Defining Global Settings
deleting remote folders, Differences from Windows Explorer
desktop, Desktop Icons, Loading Settings
Diffie-Hellman key exchange, Server Authentication with Public Keys, Server Authentication with Certificates
digital signature, User Authentication with Public Keys
Digital Signature Algorithm (DSA), Key Generation - Key Properties
direct connection
applications, Defining the Connection Capture Settings
directory
default installation, Installing on Windows
root directory, Defining File Transfer Settings
disabling CRL, The general Element, Managing CA Certificates, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
disk space requirement, Hardware and Disk Space Requirements
dns, The filter-engine Element
Document Type Definition (DTD), Broker Configuration File Syntax
documentation, About This Document
documentation conventions, Documentation Conventions
DoD PKI, The general Element, Managing CA Certificates
domain user account, Special Considerations with Windows Servers
DOS shell, Using Command-Line Options
download status, Downloading Files with the File Transfer GUI
downloading files, Downloading Files with the File Transfer GUI
downloading software, Downloading SSH Tectia Releases
DSA (Digital Signature Algorithm), Key Generation - Key Properties
dynamic tunnels, SOCKS Tunneling

E

egrep syntax, Egrep Syntax
end-point identity check, The general Element, Managing CA Certificates
enrolling certificates, Using the GUI (Windows)
enrolling user certificate, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
Entrust, Managing Key Providers
Entrust keys, Entrust Provider
environment variables, Directory Paths, Environment Variables, Environment Variables, Environment Variables
euro character, Defining Terminal Settings
event log, The logging Element, Defining Logging Settings
exclusive-connection, The default-settings Element
exit values
scpg3, Exit Values
sftpg3, Exit Values
sshg3, Exit Values
expired CRL, The general Element
external key viewer, ssh-ekview-g3

F

Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS), The general Element, Defining General Settings
file locations
installed files, Files Related to SSH Tectia Client
file permissions, Defining Advanced File Transfer Options
file size, Differences from Windows Explorer
file transfer, Transferring Files, Using scpg3, Using sftpg3, sftpg3
downloading, Downloading Files with the File Transfer GUI
mode, Defining File Transfer Mode
uploading, Uploading Files with the File Transfer GUI
file transfer settings, Defining File Transfer Settings, Defining File Transfer Settings, Defining Advanced File Transfer Options
file transfer window default view, Defining File Transfer Settings
file type association, Defining File Transfer Settings, Loading Settings
filename characters, Filename Support, Filename Support
filename support, Filename Support, Filename Support
filter, The filter-engine Element
filter engine, Connection Broker Files, The filter-engine Element
filter rules, Defining Filter Rules
fingerprint, Server Authentication with Public Keys, Options
FIPS 140-2 certification, The general Element, Defining General Settings
FIPS mode, The default-settings Element
firewall, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
folder
root directory, Defining File Transfer Settings
font
size, Selecting the Font and Terminal Window Size
font size, Selecting the Font and Terminal Window Size
fonts
installed, Selecting the Font and Terminal Window Size
terminal, Selecting the Font and Terminal Window Size
forwarding
agent, Secure Shell Tunneling
agent forwarding, Defining Default Tunneling Settings, Forwarding Options
local, Local Tunnels
remote, Remote Tunnels
X11, Defining Default Tunneling Settings, Forwarding Options, Secure Shell Tunneling
forwarding X11, X11 Forwarding
FTP active mode, Tunneling FTP in Active Mode
FTP passive mode, Tunneling FTP in Passive Mode

L

LDAP servers, The general Element, Managing LDAP Server Settings
library
cryptographic, The general Element, Defining General Settings
library certification
FIPS 140-2, The general Element, Defining General Settings
license file, Licensing
licensing, Licensing
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), Server Authentication with Certificates
Linux
installation, Installing on Linux
uninstallation, Removing from Linux
Linux on IBM System z
installation, Installing on Linux on IBM System z
uninstallation, Removing from Linux on IBM System z
local port forwarding, Local Tunnels
local tunnel, Local Tunnels
local tunnels, Local Tunnels
local user account, User Authentication with Public Keys
locale, Defining File Transfer Settings
location
installed files, Files Related to SSH Tectia Client
log information, Logs View
logging, Logs View, The logging Element, Defining Logging Settings
Logs view, Logs View

N

nested tunnel, Defining Connection Settings
network, The filter-engine Element
non-interactive installation, Silent Installation
notation
path, Filename Support, Filename Support

O

OCSP responders, The general Element, Managing CA Certificates
Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP), Server Authentication with Certificates
online purchase, Licensing
OpenSSH authorized_keys file, Files
OpenSSH keys, Software Provider, Using Keys Generated with OpenSSH
OpenSSH known_hosts file, The general Element, Files
options
command-line, Using Command-Line Options
outgoing tunnels, Local Tunnels

P

packaging, Installation Packages
PAM authentication, User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
passive mode FTP, Tunneling FTP in Passive Mode
passphrase, Creating Keys with ssh-keygen-g3
password
window out of focus, Answers to Common Problems
password authentication, Defining Authentication, Defining Authentication, User Authentication with Passwords, User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
path notation, Filename Support, Filename Support
pattern syntax, Egrep Patterns
PEM encoding, Options
PKCS #11 token, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
PKCS #12 certificates, Using the GUI (Windows)
PKCS #7 certificates, Using the GUI (Windows)
PKCS #7 package, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
PKCS#11 keys, PKCS#11 Provider
PKCS#12, Software Provider
PKCS#7, Software Provider
Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM), User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
pop-up menus, Downloading Files with the File Transfer GUI, Uploading Files with the File Transfer GUI, Customize Dialog
port forwarding, Defining Tunneling, Secure Shell Tunneling
local, Local Tunnels
remote, Remote Tunnels
restricting, Secure Shell Tunneling
port number, Logging in with SSH Tectia Terminal GUI (Windows)
positioning menu items, Customize Dialog
printing, Printing
private key
user, Creating Keys with ssh-keygen-g3, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
profile
roaming, User Authentication with Public Keys
profile settings, Defining Connection Profiles
profiles
default, Using Command-Line Options
program group, SSH Tectia Program Group
program icon, Desktop Icons
program shortcuts, Loading Settings
Programs menu, SSH Tectia Program Group
proxy rules, The default-settings Element
proxy settings, Defining Proxy Rules, Defining Proxy Settings
public key
host, Managing Host Keys, Server Authentication with Public Keys
user, Creating Keys with ssh-keygen-g3
public-key authentication, Using Public-Key Authentication, User Authentication with Public Keys
server, Managing Host Keys, Server Authentication with Public Keys
user, Defining Authentication, Defining Authentication, Managing Keys and Certificates, User Authentication with Public Keys

R

RADIUS authentication, User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
random_seed file, Files
Red Hat Linux, Installing on Linux , Installing on Linux on IBM System z
regex syntax, Egrep Patterns
registry keys, Registry Keys on Windows
regular expression (regex), Filename Support, Filename Support, Egrep Syntax
regular expressions, Egrep Patterns
rekey interval, The default-settings Element
related documents, About This Document
remote environment, The default-settings Element
remote folders
deleting, Differences from Windows Explorer
remote port forwarding, Remote Tunnels
remote tunnel, Remote Tunnels
remote tunnels, Remote Tunnels
removing
from Linux on IBM System z, Removing from Linux on IBM System z
old versions, Upgrading Previously Installed SSH Tectia Client Software
removing from AIX, Removing from AIX
removing from HP-UX, Removing from HP-UX
removing from Linux, Removing from Linux
removing from Solaris, Removing from Solaris
removing from VMware ESX, Removing from VMware ESX
removing from Windows, Removing from Windows
removing SSH Tectia Client, Removing the SSH Tectia Client Software
return values
scpg3, Exit Values
sftpg3, Exit Values
sshg3, Exit Values
revoked certificate, Server Authentication with Certificates
roaming profile, User Authentication with Public Keys
RPM packages, Installing on Linux , Installing on Linux on IBM System z
RSA, Key Generation - Key Properties
rule, The filter-engine Element

S

SCEP client, ssh-scepclient-g3
scpg3, Using scpg3, scpg3
environment variables, Environment Variables
exit values, Exit Values
secure application connectivity, Secure Shell Tunneling
secure copy (SCP), Using scpg3, scpg3
secure file transfer, Transferring Files
Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), Using sftpg3, sftpg3
Secure Shell version 2, sshg3
secured connections, Connections View
SecurID authentication, User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
security issues, User Authentication with Public Keys
server authentication, Defining Server Authentication
server authentication with certificates, Managing CA Certificates, Server Authentication with Certificates, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
server authentication with public key, Managing Host Keys, Server Authentication with Public Keys
server certificate, Server Authentication with Certificates
settings
file, Saving Settings
file transfer, Defining File Transfer Settings, Defining Advanced File Transfer Options
host, Getting Started with SSH Tectia Client
on Windows, SSH Tectia Configuration Tool (Windows)
profile, Defining Connection Profiles
saving, Saving Settings
upload, Defining Advanced File Transfer Options
user interface, Defining Global Settings
SFTP
checkpoint, Commands
streaming, Commands
sftpg3, Using sftpg3, sftpg3
commands, Commands
environment variables, Environment Variables
exit values, Exit Values
shortcut menus, Downloading Files with the File Transfer GUI, Uploading Files with the File Transfer GUI, Customize Dialog
silent installation, Silent Installation
smart card, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
SOCKS server, SOCKS Tunneling
SOCKS server URL, The general Element, Managing CA Certificates
Solaris
installation, Installing on Solaris
uninstallation, Removing from Solaris
sorting order, Defining File Transfer Settings
SSH Tectia Client, Component Terminology, Configuring Connection Broker
SSH Tectia Client components, Product Components
SSH Tectia Configuration tool, SSH Tectia Configuration Tool (Windows)
SSH Tectia ConnectSecure, Component Terminology, Configuring Connection Broker
SSH Tectia icon, Desktop Icons
SSH Tectia Server, Component Terminology
SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS, Component Terminology
SSH Tectia Server for Linux on IBM System z, Component Terminology
SSH Tectia Status, SSH Tectia Status Dialog Box (Windows)
ssh-broker-ctl, ssh-broker-ctl
commands, Commands
ssh-broker-g3, ssh-broker-g3
ssh-certview-g3, ssh-certview-g3
ssh-client-g3, Using Command-Line Options
ssh-cmpclient-g3, ssh-cmpclient-g3
ssh-ekview-g3, ssh-ekview-g3
ssh-keygen-g3, Creating Keys with ssh-keygen-g3, ssh-keygen-g3
ssh-scepclient-g3, ssh-scepclient-g3
SSH2, sshg3
SSH2 keys, Software Provider
sshg3, sshg3
environment variables, Environment Variables
exit values, Exit Values
ssh_known_hosts file, Files
start menu, SSH Tectia Program Group
status
download, Downloading Files with the File Transfer GUI
upload, Uploading Files with the File Transfer GUI
Status dialog box, SSH Tectia Status Dialog Box (Windows)
streaming, Commands
strict host key checking, The general Element
Sun Solaris, Installing on Solaris
support, Customer Support
supported platforms, System Requirements
SUSE Linux, Installing on Linux
SUSE LINUX, Installing on Linux on IBM System z
system configuration, Configuring Connection Broker
system log, The logging Element, Defining Logging Settings
system message, Defining Messages
system requirements, System Requirements

T

taskbar icon, SSH Tectia Shortcut Menu (Windows), SSH Tectia Status Dialog Box (Windows)
TCP connection
keepalive, The default-settings Element
timeout, The default-settings Element
tcp-connect timeout, The default-settings Element
technical support, Customer Support
terminal
fixed window size, Selecting the Font and Terminal Window Size
terminal answerback, Defining Terminal Settings
terminal colors, Selecting Colors
terminal fonts, Selecting the Font and Terminal Window Size
terminal settings, Defining Terminal Settings
terminal window
fixed size, Selecting the Font and Terminal Window Size
height, Selecting the Font and Terminal Window Size
width, Selecting the Font and Terminal Window Size
terminology, Component Terminology
time stamp, Defining Advanced File Transfer Options
timeout
TCP connection, The default-settings Element
toolbars, Customize Dialog, Customizing Toolbars
transfer mode, Defining File Transfer Mode
transparent TCP tunneling, Transparent TCP Tunneling, Example on Tunneling E-mail Service (Windows)
transport distribution, The default-settings Element
tray icon, SSH Tectia Shortcut Menu (Windows), SSH Tectia Status Dialog Box (Windows), Defining General Settings
tray menu, SSH Tectia Shortcut Menu (Windows), Defining General Settings, Defining the Connection Capture Settings
troubleshooting, Troubleshooting SSH Tectia Client
password, Answers to Common Problems
tunnel
local, Local Tunnels
remote, Remote Tunnels
tunneling, Defining Tunneling, Defining Transparent Tunnels, Secure Shell Tunneling
agent forwarding, Defining Default Tunneling Settings, Forwarding Options
applications, SOCKS Tunneling
restricting, Secure Shell Tunneling
X11, Defining Default Tunneling Settings, Forwarding Options
tunneling e-mail, Example on Tunneling E-mail Service (Windows)
tunneling X11, X11 Forwarding
tunnels
automatic, Defining Automatic Tunnels
incoming, Remote Tunnels
local, Local Tunnels
outgoing, Local Tunnels
remote, Remote Tunnels

U

uninstalling
from Linux on IBM System z, Removing from Linux on IBM System z
uninstalling from AIX, Removing from AIX
uninstalling from HP-UX, Removing from HP-UX
uninstalling from Linux, Removing from Linux
uninstalling from Solaris, Removing from Solaris
uninstalling from VMware ESX, Removing from VMware ESX
uninstalling from Windows, Removing from Windows
uninstalling SSH Tectia Client, Removing the SSH Tectia Client Software
upgrading, Upgrading Previously Installed SSH Tectia Client Software
upload status, Uploading Files with the File Transfer GUI
uploading a public key, Managing Keys and Certificates, Uploading Public Keys Automatically (Windows)
uploading files, Uploading Files with the File Transfer GUI
uploading public keys, Uploading Public Keys Manually
uploading settings, Defining Advanced File Transfer Options
user account
domain, Special Considerations with Windows Servers
local, User Authentication with Public Keys
user authentication based on host, Host-Based User Authentication (Unix)
user authentication with certificates, Managing Keys and Certificates, User Authentication with Certificates
user authentication with GSSAPI, User Authentication with GSSAPI
user authentication with keyboard-interactive, User Authentication with Keyboard-Interactive
user authentication with password, User Authentication with Passwords
user authentication with public key, Managing Keys and Certificates, User Authentication with Public Keys
user certificate
enrolling, Using the Configuration File (Unix)
user identity, The profiles Element
user key, Uploading Public Keys Manually, Key Generation Wizard
user name, Logging in with SSH Tectia Terminal GUI (Windows)
USERPROFILE, Directory Paths
using secure copy, Using scpg3
using secure file transfer, Using sftpg3

V

valid characters, Filename Support, Filename Support
viewing key and certificate information, Keys View
viewing log information, Logs View
viewing status, SSH Tectia Status Dialog Box (Windows)
viewing tunnel information, Connections View
VMware ESX, Installing on VMware ESX
installation, Installing on VMware ESX
uninstallation, Removing from VMware ESX

X

X.509 certificate, Using the Configuration File (Unix), Using the Configuration File (Unix)
X.509 certificates, Software Provider, Using the GUI (Windows)
X11 forwarding, The default-settings Element, Forwarding Options, Secure Shell Tunneling, X11 Forwarding
XML attribute
allow-relay, The profiles Element, The static-tunnels Element
data, The profiles Element
default-domain, The general Element
disable-crls, The general Element
end-point-identity-check, The general Element
file, The profiles Element
gateway-profile, The profiles Element
hash, The profiles Element
http-proxy-url, The general Element
id, The profiles Element
identity-file, The profiles Element
socks-server-url, The general Element
use-expired-crls, The general Element
XML element
accept-unknown-host-keys, The general Element
auth-gssapi, The default-settings Element
auth-hostbased, The default-settings Element
auth-keyboard-interactive, The default-settings Element
auth-password, The default-settings Element
auth-publickey, The default-settings Element
authentication-method, The default-settings Element
authentication-methods, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
authentication-success-message, The default-settings Element
ca-certificate, The general Element
cert-validation, The general Element
cipher, The default-settings Element
ciphers, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
compression, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
crl-prefetch, The general Element
crypto-lib, The general Element
default-settings, The default-settings Element
dns, The filter-engine Element
dod-pki, The general Element
environment, The default-settings Element
exclusive-connection, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
filter, The filter-engine Element
filter-engine, The filter-engine Element
forward, The default-settings Element
forwards, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
general, The general Element
host-key-always-ask, The general Element
hostbased-default-domain, The default-settings Element
hostkey, The profiles Element
identification, The general Element
identity, The profiles Element
idle-timeout, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
keepalive-interval, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
key-selection, The default-settings Element
key-store, The general Element
key-stores, The general Element
known-hosts, The general Element
ldap-server, The general Element
local-tunnel, The profiles Element
log-events, The logging Element
logging, The logging Element
mac, The default-settings Element
macs, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
network, The filter-engine Element
ocsp-responder, The general Element
profile, The profiles Element
profiles, The profiles Element
proxy, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
public-key, The default-settings Element
rekey, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
remote-environment, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
remote-tunnel, The profiles Element
rule, The filter-engine Element
server-authentication-methods, The profiles Element
server-banners, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
sftpg3-mode, The default-settings Element
static-tunnels, The static-tunnels Element
strict-host-key-checking, The general Element
tcp-connect-timeout, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
transport-distribution, The default-settings Element, The profiles Element
tunnel, The static-tunnels Element
tunnels, The profiles Element
user-identities, The profiles Element
user-keys, The general Element

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