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SSH Tectia

ssh-server-config-tool

ssh-server-config-tool — SSH Tectia Server configuration tool

Synopsis

ssh-server-config-tool [-p, --port=PORT] [-V, --version] [-h, --help]

Description

ssh-server-config-tool is a tool for initiating reconfiguration of SSH Tectia Server (ssh-server-g3). It reads the configuration from the ssh-server-config.xml file. Existing connection stay open using the old configuration and the new connections will use the new configuration.

ssh-server-config-tool returns 0 on success and a positive integer on failure.

Options

-p, --port=PORT

Specifies the port number of the server process being controlled.

-V, --version

Displays program version and exits.

-h, --help

Displays a short summary of command-line options and exits.


 

 
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