Oracle ILOM provides a Secure Shell (SSH) server capability, allowing remote clients to securely connect and manage Oracle ILOM through a command-line interface. The SSH protocol uses server-side keys to encrypt the management channel and secure all communication. SSH clients also use these keys to verify the authenticity of the SSH server.
Oracle ILOM generates a set of unique SSH keys on the first boot of a factory default system. In the event that new server-side keys are needed, Oracle ILOM supports the ability to manually generate additional SSH server-side keys.
To view or manually generate SSH server-side encryption keys, see the following web-based instructions.
Before You Begin
The Admin (a) is required to modify the SSH server properties.
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