If you’re interested in working with Linux, you need to understand the Secure Shell (SSH) service. SSH is used for hundreds of purposes from automation, to manual management, to deployment of new services. Working with SSH keys is important as it means you don’t have to have a password, or you can use it as another layer of authentication. This lab will enable you to practice working with SSH keys.
Successfully complete this lab by achieving the following learning objectives:
- Generate the SSH key with the required passphrase.
jumpserver, generate the SSH key with the passphrase as required by the
- Copy the SSH key to the Secure server and verify that it works.
Copy the SSH key from the
jumpserver to the
secureserver. After doing so, verify functionality (you shouldn’t have to put in a password for
cloud_userwhen connecting from the