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Re: Conserver <-> Digi32 via SSH

Bryan Stansell bryan@conserver.com
Tue, 15 Aug 2006 22:39:44 -0700 (PDT)

hey emmett!

here's an idea, based on some stuff i put in

default digissh {
    type exec; portbase 7000; portinc 1;
    exec ssh -p P H;
    execsubst H=hs,P=Pd;

default digi {
    include digissh;
    host digi;

console foo { include digi; port 2; }

personally, i'd fully qualify "digi".  and there are other bits you'll
need to add (like "rw" and possibly "ro" options, the "master" option,
etc).  check out the samples directory for more possibilities (and there
have been posts in the past with working configs for similar
situations - i believe).


On Tue, Aug 15, 2006 at 09:40:09AM -0700, Emmett Hogan wrote:
> Hi Folks (and Bryan),
> I am trying to set up conserver to use SSH to talk to the consoles I
> have hung off of a Digi32....but I cannot seem to come up with the
> correct syntax.  The reason I want this is simply because we don't want
> the unencrypted passwords floating around the network (between the
> conserver box and the Digi).
> I have the Digi set correctly, as I can "ssh -p 7002 digi" and I get the
> console for the machine connected to port 2...but I cannot seem to come
> up with the right conserver.cf config.  :-(
> I am sure there are others doing this...
> So any help would be greatly appreciated! :-)
> -Emmett
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