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Displaying the current SSH settings

If SSH has been enabled, you can use the ssh option to display the current SSH settings on your storage system.

Step

  1. To display the current SSH settings, enter the following command at the storage system prompt:
    options ssh

    For more information about the SSH options and their default values, see the na_options(1) man page.

    The current SSH settings on your storage system are displayed.

Example of options ssh output

mysystem> options ssh
ssh.access                   legacy
ssh.enable                   on
ssh.idle.timeout             0
ssh.passwd_auth.enable       on
ssh.port                     22
ssh.pubkey_auth.enable       on
ssh1.enable                  on
ssh2.enable                  on
mysystem>