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SSH Tectia

Configuration Options

In case you need more information on the use of a specific parameter, check the following sources:

  • the online help provided by clicking the field name in the administration interface (SSH Tectia Configuration Options)

  • the ssh-broker-config(5) and ssh-server-config(5) man pages on the Unix host on which you have SSH Tectia Client, ConnectSecure, and Server 5.x-6.x installed

  • SSH Tectia Client, ConnectSecure, Server, and Connector user manuals

  • SSH Tectia support pages at http://support.ssh.com/

Note that some of the defaults of SSH Tectia Manager differ from the defaults of the SSH Tectia 5.x-6.x application.

Note that SSH Tectia Manager uses a pattern syntax (traditional ZSH_FILEGLOB) that is different from the local SSH Tectia configurations. For example, the wildcard referring to all possible hosts is * in Manager, but .* in the local configuration. The wildcards used by the local SSH Tectia configuration cannot be used when configuring the SSH Tectia Connector from the Management Server.

In case you encounter problems in configuring SSH Tectia, contact support at http://support.ssh.com/.


 

 
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