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enabling ssh on 7102dl router

Chris Bullock_1
Frequent Advisor

enabling ssh on 7102dl router

how do you enable ssh on the 7102dl router?
Regards,
Chris
6 REPLIES
SCOOTER
Esteemed Contributor

Re: enabling ssh on 7102dl router

Chris,

Anybody correct me if I'm wrong.

Should that not be enterering global enable config terminal and enable ssh? I do admit I have very limited knowledge on this unit.

>enable
#config term
(Config)# enable ssh

Best Regards,
SCOOTER
Olaf Borowski
Respected Contributor

Re: enabling ssh on 7102dl router

Chris,

SSH is tied to telnet. If you configure telnet, SSH will work. There are no special commands for SSH.

line telnet 0 4
login
password xxxx

Now you can use SSH to access the box. Make sure it is SSH V2 (client). Use TeraTerm 3.1 for example.
siddhartha_chadda
Occasional Visitor

Re: enabling ssh on 7102dl router

how can one turn of telnet and leave ssh on?
Matt Hobbs
Honored Contributor

Re: enabling ssh on 7102dl router

Hi Siddhartha,

I believe with the new J.04.01 software telnet and ssh are seperate configurable items, so you can disable the telnet and leave ssh.

http://www.hp.com/rnd/software/securerouters.htm

Matt
OLARU Dan
Trusted Contributor

Re: enabling ssh on 7102dl router

On Cisco's IOS, when configuring the vty interface you have the option of allowing only ssh with these commands:

transport input ssh
transport output ssh

If later on you want to have only telnet:

transport input telnet
transport output telnet

If you want to allow both:

transport input all
transport output all

Maybe on the HP model you've specified you can use something like this.
OLARU Dan
Trusted Contributor

Re: enabling ssh on 7102dl router

On Cisco's IOS, when configuring the vty interface you have the option of allowing only ssh with these commands:transport input sshtransport output sshIf later on you want to have only telnet:transport input telnettransport output telnetIf you want to allow both:transport input alltransport output allMaybe on the HP model you've specified you can use something like this.