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SSH Tectia

Starting SSH Tectia Server in Debug Mode on Windows

To start the SSH Tectia Server in debug mode, follow these instructions:

  1. Open the SSH Tectia Server Configuration tool from the Start menu by selecting: Start → Program Files → SSH Tectia Server → SSH Tectia Server Configuration

    The following window appears:

    SSH Tectia Server Configuration - SSH Tectia Server page

    Figure 9.1. SSH Tectia Server Configuration - SSH Tectia Server page

  2. Stop the server, if it is currently running, by clicking the Stop Server button. This will enable the Troubleshooting Options button.

  3. Click the Troubleshooting Options button and select the Run server in troubleshooting mode option. Additionally, you can go under Troubleshooting string and specify the level of information to display. The string can be a number from 1 to 99 (the default is 2). The higher the number, the more detailed the troubleshooting output will be, and the more the debugging will affect performance.

    Editing troubleshooting options

    Figure 9.2. Editing troubleshooting options

  4. Click OK to close the Troubleshooting Options window.

  5. Click the View Troubleshooting Log button to open a window where the troubleshooting information will be displayed.

    Viewing troubleshooting log

    Figure 9.3. Viewing troubleshooting log

  6. Start the server by clicking the Start Server button.

    The troubleshooting information will now be displayed in a window named SSH Tectia Server Troubleshooting Log.

After troubleshooting the server follow these steps to disable the troubleshooting:

  1. Stop the server by clicking the Stop Server button.

  2. Click Troubleshooting Options and unselect the Run server in troubleshooting mode option.

  3. Start the server by clicking the Start Server button.

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