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Hi Team,

 

What is the command to check the sshv2 on firewall ?

If we need to enable only shv2 for accessing firewall then how to do it?

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Re: SSHv2

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Check and config SSHv1 or SSHv2 on GAIA

If you want to check what SSH protocol version are supported by a local OpenSSH server, you can refer to /etc/ssh/sshd_config file. Open /etc/ssh/sshd_config with a vi editor, and look for "Protocol" field. You can also config the version over this parameter. If you change the paarameter so you should restart sshd.

If it shows the following, it means that OpenSSH server supports SSH2 only.

Protocol 2

If it displays the following instead, OpenSSH server supports both SSH1 and SSH2.

Protocol 1,2

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Re: SSHv2

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Pretty sure SSHv2 only is the default and you have to exercise extra steps to enable SSHv1.
You can make extra sure by using the ssh_version_2 service in your rulebase to permit access to the Security Gateway.
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Re: SSHv2

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How to check SSH protocol version on Linux

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Jozko Mrkvicka
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Re: SSHv2

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More see here:

Check and config SSHv1 or SSHv2 on GAIA

If you want to check what SSH protocol version are supported by a local OpenSSH server, you can refer to /etc/ssh/sshd_config file. Open /etc/ssh/sshd_config with a vi editor, and look for "Protocol" field. You can also config the version over this parameter. If you change the paarameter so you should restart sshd.

If it shows the following, it means that OpenSSH server supports SSH2 only.

Protocol 2

If it displays the following instead, OpenSSH server supports both SSH1 and SSH2.

Protocol 1,2

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