SSH Tectia 
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    About This Document >>
    Installing SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS >>
    Getting Started with SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS >>
    Configuring the Server >>
    Configuring the Client >>
    Authentication >>
    File Transfer Using SFTP >>
    File Transfer Using Transparent FTP Tunneling >>
    Tunneling on the Command Line >>
    Troubleshooting SSH Tectia Server for IBM z/OS >>
    Advanced Information >>
    Man Pages >>
        scp2
        sftp2
        ssh-add2
        ssh-agent2
        ssh-socks-proxy >>
        ssh-socks-proxy-config >>
        ssh-socks-proxy-ctl >>
        ssh-certd
        ssh_certd_config
        ssh-certview >>
            Synopsis
            Options
            Example
        ssh-cmpclient >>
        ssh-dummy-shell
        ssh-ekview
        ssh-externalkeys
        ssh-keydist2 >>
        ssh-keygen2
        ssh-probe2
        ssh-scepclient >>
        ssh-sft-stage
        ssh2
        ssh2_config
        sshd-check-conf
        sshd2
        sshd2_config
        sshd2_subconfig
        sshregex
    Log Messages >>

Options

The following options are available:

  • -h

    Displays a short help.

  • -verbose

    Gives more diagnostic output.

  • -quiet

    Gives no diagnostic output.

  • -auto

    The next input file type is auto-detected (default).

  • -cert

    The next input file is a certificate.

  • -crmf

    The next input file is a CRMF certification request.

  • -req

    The next input file is a PKCS #10 certification request.

  • -crl

    The next input file is a CRL.

  • -prv

    The next input file is a private key.

  • -ssh2

    The next input file is an SSH2 public key.

  • -spkac

    The next input file is a Netscape-generated SPKAC request.

  • -noverify

    Does not check the validity of the signature on the input certificate.

  • -autoenc

    Determines PEM/DER automatically (default).

  • -pem

    Assumes that the input file is in PEM (ASCII base-64) format. This option allows both actual PEM (with headers and footers), and plain base-64 (without headers and footers). An example of PEM header and footer is shown below:

    -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
    encoded data
    -----END CERTIFICATE-----
    

  • -der

    Assumes that the input file is in DER format.

  • -hexl

    Assumes that the input file is in Hexl format. (Hexl is a common Unix tool for outputting binary files in a certain hexadecimal representation.)

  • -skip n

    Skips n bytes from the beginning of input before trying to decode. This is useful if the file contains some garbage before the actual contents.

  • -ldap

    Prints names in LDAP order.

  • -utf8

    Prints names in UTF-8.

  • -latin1

    Prints names in ISO-8859-1.

  • -base10

    Outputs big numbers in base-10 (default).

  • -base16

    Outputs big numbers in base-16.

  • -base64

    Outputs big numbers in base-64.

  • -width w

    Sets output width (w characters).

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