Sometimes to automate management operations, you need to manage the authentication process. To avoid inserting the login information of Linux systems into DevOps or NetOps scripts you can generate a pair of authentication keys. Generate a new pair of authentication keys: 2. Copy the public key on the remote system: 3. Test Login password-less: Bye .glitchlist crew
Key exchange failed. SSH.
After configured SSH server on your old Cisco2950X, you get this message? Fine, to workaround in console type: If you have SecureCRT: bye 😉 .glitchlist crew
Backspace and Telnet
Sometimes old devices (or new devices with old firmware) have troubles with Backspace Key in Telnet/SSH CLI. The best-recommended solution is Disable Telnet! Enable SSH! and Install SecureCRT! Alternatively, to delete some command in CLI press CTRL+BACKSPACE or CTRL+H .glitchlist crew