On Unix platforms, the SSH Tectia Client files are located in the following directories:
/etc/ssh2/ssh-broker-config.xml: the global Connection Broker configuration file (see ssh-broker-config(5))
/etc/ssh2/ssh-broker-config-example.xml: a sample file with Connection Broker configuration examples
/etc/ssh2/licenses: the license file directory (see Licensing).
/etc/ssh2/hostkeys: the global directory for known remote host keys
/etc/ssh2/ssh-tectia/auxdata/ssh-broker-ng: the Connection Broker configuration file DTD directory
/etc/ssh2/ssh-tectia/auxdata/ssh-broker-ng/ssh-broker-ng-config-1.dtd: the document type definition (DTD) used with the Connection Broker configuration files. Do not edit this file!
/etc/ssh2/ssh-tectia/auxdata/ssh-broker-ng/ssh-broker-config-default.xml: this configuration file is read first, and it holds the factory default settings. Do not edit this file, but you can use it to view the default settings. This file must be available and correctly formatted for the Connection Broker to get started. For the configuration options, see ssh-broker-config(5).
/opt/tectia/bin: user binaries such as
/opt/tectia/man: the manual pages
/opt/tectia/libexec: library binaries
/opt/tectia/lib/sshsecsh: library binaries
The user-specific configurations are stored in the following directories:
$HOME/.ssh2/ssh-broker-config.xml: the user-specific Connection Broker configuration file
$HOME/.ssh2: the default directory for user keys
$HOME/.ssh2/random_seed: the seed file for the random number generator
$HOME/.ssh2/hostkeys: the user-specific directory for known remote host keys
$HOME/.ssh2/identification: (optional) the identification file used with public-key authentication