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Our company is migrating from Reflection SSH to Tectia SSH but we are having problem in the hostkey. Is it possible to migrate the hostkey from Reflection to Tectia ? We can't afford to change the hostkey since we have hundreds of interfacing systems connecting to our server.

asked Apr 06 '15 at 13:37

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Hi Rom, I have ever tried to reuse the hostkey files from Reflection by copying to Tectia folder. But unfortunately Tectia failed to start due to different bit and structure. I have the same situation as yours. Let me know if you manage to reuse the hostkey. Thanks.

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answered Jun 29 '15 at 06:39

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David Kurniawan
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@Rom @David Check out the man page for ssh-keygen-g3

   --import-public-key infile outfile
          Attempts to import a public key from infile and store it to out-
          file in the format specified by --key-format parameter.  If out-
          file is not given, it will be requested. The default output for-
          mat is SSH2 native format.

   --import-private-key infile outfile
          Attempts to import a private key from infile  and  store  it  to
          outfile  in  the format specified by --key-format parameter.  If
          outfile is not given, it will be requested. The  default  output
          format is SSH2 native private key format.

Perhaps you can get the Reflection's public and private key's and import them using these ssh-keygen-g3 switches. I have not tried this but it seems that it could work.

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answered Jul 14 '15 at 22:13

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