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Tectia

Appendix A Man Pages and Default Configuration Files

The following server manual pages are installed to /opt/tectia/man:

  • ssh-certd(8): Secure Shell Certificate Validator on z/OS

  • ssh_certd_config(5): configuration file format for ssh-certd on z/OS

  • ssh-dummy-shell(1): ultimately restricted shell

  • ssh-externalkeys(5): instructions on using external keys with Tectia Server for IBM 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 on z/OS

  • sshd2_config(5): sshd2 configuration file format on z/OS

  • sshd2_subconfig(5): advanced configuration of sshd2 on z/OS

  • sshregex(1): describes the regular expressions (or globbing patterns) used in the sshd2_config configuration file

The default server configuration files can be found in /opt/tectia/etc:

  • sshd2_config: the main server configuration file

  • ssh_certd_config: the Certificate Validator configuration file

For convenience, the contents of the manual pages and the default configuration files are also shown in the following sect1ions.


 

 
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