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SSH Tectia

User Authentication

Different methods can be used to authenticate users in SSH Tectia. These authentication methods can be used separately or combined, depending on the level of functionality and security you want.

By default, the SSH Tectia Client and the SSH Tectia Server use these user authentication methods:

  • GSSAPI

  • public-key

  • keyboard-interactive

  • password authentication

Public-key and certificate authentication are combined into the public-key authentication method.

For more information on authentication methods such as SecurID and GSSAPI, see Chapter 6.


 

 
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