SecureAdmin uses options to enable secure sessions using SSH. The options enable you to control password-based authentication and public key authentication, control access to a storage system, and assign the port number to a storage system.
SecureAdmin uses the following options to enable secure sessions using SSH:
- options ssh.passwd_auth.enable—Controls password-based authentication.
- options ssh.pubkey_auth.enable—Controls public key authentication.
- options ssh.access—Controls access to a storage system.
- options ssh.port—Assigns the port number to a storage system.
Note: The default value for ssh.passwd_auth.enable and ssh.pubkey_auth.enable is on. The default value for ssh.access allows everyone to access the storage system. The default value for ssh.port is 22.
Note: SSH does not support force commands. It does not support internal role-based access control. Access control is governed by the Administrative Roles feature.