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Connection Broker Configuration Files

The Connection Broker configuration is stored in an XML file named ssh-broker-config.xml. You can edit the configuration file with your favorite XML or text editor, but make sure ssh-broker-config.xml remains a valid XML file. For details about the Connection Broker configuration options, see ssh-broker-config(5).

When you want to modify the Connection Broker configuration, you will typically edit a user-specific copy of the configuration file stored in $HOME/.ssh2 on Unix, %APPDATA%\SSH\ on Windows). You need to create the user-specific configuration file first.

The Tectia Connections Configuration GUI on Windows and Linux also writes to the user-specific configuration file automatically.

For a list of the related configuration files and their locations:


 

 
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