Using the Secure Shell server

This topic tells you how to use the management module Secure Shell server.

The following SSH clients are available. Although some SSH clients have been tested, support or nonsupport of any particular SSH client is not implied.

If you are using the Secure Shell client that is based on OpenSSH, such as the client that is included in Red Hat Linux version 7.3, to start an interactive command-line Secure Shell session to a management module with network address, type a command similar to the following example:

ssh -x -l USERID

where -x indicates no X Window System forwarding and -l indicates that the session is to use the login ID USERID.