Secure Shell (SSH) properties
These properties apply to the Secure Shell (SSH).
- This property specifies the versions of SSH servers for which the session is not established. In case of such servers, the session sensor is finished without failure.
- The value of this property is a comma-separated list, for example Cisco,Data ONTAP,SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_5.9 PKIX FIPS,OpenSSH_OA.
- The default value is false.
Valid values are true or false. If you set the value to true, SSH input is logged.
- The default value is 22. The value must be an integer.
This property indicates the port that the server uses for all SSH connections.
- The default value is 120000. The value must be an integer.
This value indicates the time (in milliseconds) that is allowed for the SSH command to run. If this property is used from an agent, the value for this property must be a lesser value than the value for the AgentRunnerTimeout property to be effective.
- com.collation.SshWeirdReauthErrorList=Permission denied
This property allows for the retry of the user name and password pairs that previously worked during discovery runs. The property is needed because Windows systems randomly deny valid login attempts. The property needs to have the Permission denied setting. Do not change this property.
- The default value is 240000. The value
must be an integer.
This value indicates the time (in milliseconds) that is allowed to wait for the WMI InstallProvider script to run.
- Some versions of the SSH server do not support the reuse of connections as implemented by TADDM. The SSH server versions that are not supported for reuse must be added to this property so that TADDM successfully discovers targets that run those SSH server versions.
- The value of this property is a comma-separated list. It is sufficient to specify only the beginning of the SSH server version, for example SSH-2.0-BoKS_SSH_6.
- You can find the SSH server version in the session sensor log file.