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Hi, 1. I have a html file, which has valid ip address entries 2. When I click on this ip address it should call the tectia with the username and password. 3. Basically I want to automate the process of logging in. 4. I saw in tectia that it does not accept arguments like securecrt etc., so any way you think I can automate this process.

asked Jun 04 '12 at 07:27

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edited Jun 04 '12 at 07:30


Clicking on something does not sound much like automation to me, but anyway.

There are many ways to setup automatic (non-interactive) authentication to server in Tectia (much more then in OpenSSH for example). Starting with the most secure:

  • Setup a certificate authentication between the SSH client and and SSH server computer.
  • If you are in Windows environment within the same domain, you can use GSSAPI authentication (but that implementation in Tectia has some issues, especially in 6.0.x ).
  • Setup public key authentication between the SSH client and and SSH server computer.
  • Put password to broker configuration file.
  • Put username and password on command line (sshg3 --password=very_secret_password user@server)

And there are some other ways too. If you provide more details on what you are trying to achieve I can elaborate more. The documentation and this site contains also many examples.

I hope this helps. With regards

Martin

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answered Jun 04 '12 at 09:23

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