I have searched the forum, but didnt find anything helpful...
I have a server that is running Tectia (not sure how to check version). I would like to be able to connect to it from another server that is running openssh. I have tried several methods of key generation and setup to no avail.
How do I go about generating/setting keys in openssh and getting them to work with the server running tectia?
The answers on this question show some examples on how to check the version of the server: http://answers.tectia.com/questions/29/i-am-connected-using-tectia-client-on-windows-to-a-remote-server-how-can-i-tell
If the server is a Tectia Server 6.0 or newer you could try the following:
Note that for this to work, public key authentication needs to be allowed in the server. It's enabled by default on Tectia server but of course it may have been disabled by the administrator
And you're done. You should now be able to connect using public key authentication using your OpenSSH client:
This should prompt for the passphrase of your key (or no prompt if you chose an empty passphrase) and authenticate you to the server.
answered Aug 06 '10 at 13:15