OpenSSH daemon configuration

drakwizard sshd

This tool[10] can help you to set up an SSH daemon.

What is SSH?

Secure Shell (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol for secure data communication, remote command-line login, remote command execution, and other secure network services between two networked computers that connects, via a secure channel over an insecure network, a server and a client (running SSH server and SSH client programs, respectively). (From Wikipedia)

Setting up an SSH daemon with drakwizard sshd

Welcome to the Open SSH wizard.

  1. Select Type of Configure Options

    Choose Expert for all options or Newbie to skip steps 3-7, click Next.

  2. General Options

    Sets visibility and root access options. Port 22 is the standard SSH port.

  3. Authentication Methods

    Allow a variety of authentication methods users can use while connecting, then click Next.

  4. Logging

    Choose logging facility and level of output, then click Next.

  5. Login Options

    Configure per-login settings, then click Next.

  6. User Login Options

    Configure the user access settings, then click Next.

  7. Compression and Forwarding

    Configure X11 forwarding and compression during transfer, then click Next.

  8. Summary

    Take a second to check these options, then click Next.

  9. Finish

    You're done! Click Finish.

[10] You can start this tool from the command line, by typing drakwizard sshd as root.

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