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RSH between Linux and OpenVMS fails

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RSH between Linux and OpenVMS fails

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Dear all,

I have to excecute a simple .COM script on OpenVMS from Red Hat.

 

REXEC on Red Hat works perfect, but the downside is that I need to provide the username and password:

# rexec -l username -p password 10.99.15.60 "@remove.com"

 

Plus, between machines there is correctly configured an SSH key, so I can connect using SSH without password prompt. I'm also using SCP to copy file from Linux to OpenVMS without password prompt.

 

Then, if I use RSH from linux:

# rsh 10.99.15.60 -l username "@remove.com"

 

this is what OpenVMS reply me:

TCPIP$RSH - Permission denied......

 

Could someone help me to understand why?

 

Thanks

./ Lucas
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Thanks Steven, I did not think I could use SSH also to execute remote commands! ;)

I tried right now and it works perfect!!!!

  

 

 

./ Lucas
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