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scp2(1): secure copy client
sftp2(1): secure FTP client
ssh-add2(1): adds identities for the authentication agent
ssh-agent2(1): authentication agent
ssh-dummy-shell(1): ultimately restricted shell
ssh-keygen2(1): authentication key pair generation
ssh-probe2(1): seeks Secure Shell servers from the local network
ssh-sft-stage(1): stage and destage MVS datasets and HFS files
ssh2(1): Secure Shell client (remote login program)
ssh2 configuration file format on z/OS
sshd-check-conf(5): check what your configuration allows or denies based on incoming username and/or hostname
sshd2(8): Secure Shell server daemon
sshd2 configuration file format on z/OS
sshd2_subconfig(5): advanced configuration of
sshregex(1): describes the regular expressions (or globbing patterns) used in filename globbing with
sftp2 and in the configuration files
For convenience, the contents of the manual pages are also shown in the following sections.
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