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SSH Tectia

Downloading SSH Tectia Releases

SSH Tectia products are published in major, minor, and maintenance releases:

  • Major releases are indicated with full numbers, for example 5.0 and 6.0. Major releases publish new products and new major features to existing products, in addition to fixes to the previous versions.

  • Minor releases are indicated with the second digit in the release numbers, for example 5.3 or 6.1. Minor releases publish new features and fixes to the previous versions.

  • Maintenance releases are third digit versions (for example 5.3.6 or 6.0.1). Maintenance releases provide fixes to the previous versions, not new functionality. The maintenance releases are available for customers with Maintenance and Support Agreement.

All releases require a commercial license that is delivered with the installation package.

To download SSH Tectia software from the SSH Customer Download Center:

  1. Log in to customer download center at: https://downloads.ssh.com

  2. Select SSH Tectia Server from the navigator list, and choose the relevant version.

  3. Click the product version and the compressed installation package will be downloaded to the default download folder on your machine.

  4. Proceed to the installation. See the platform-specific installation instructions for SSH Tectia Server below.


 

 
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