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by david
10 Aug 2018 15:21
Forum: Configure CacheGuard in reverse mode
Topic: Scheduled opening/closing of ports
Replies: 25
Views: 766

Re: Scheduled opening/closing of ports

Thank you for your feedback!

Best Regards,
by david
10 Aug 2018 14:22
Forum: Configure CacheGuard in reverse mode
Topic: Scheduled opening/closing of ports
Replies: 25
Views: 766

Re: Scheduled opening/closing of ports

Yes, I think that should be the reason. I assume that you have the ssh command under Windows. Please refer to your Windows documentation to know where to put the SSH private key and in which format. Maybe at the C:\Users\<username>\.ssh\id_rsa location and in OpenSSH format? I don't know how it shou...
by david
10 Aug 2018 14:04
Forum: Configure CacheGuard in reverse mode
Topic: Scheduled opening/closing of ports
Replies: 25
Views: 766

Re: Scheduled opening/closing of ports

Happy to hear that :) You are very welcome! Out of curiosity, can you please tell me what SSH client do you use? (because I saw the ssh command in one of your post).

BR,
by david
10 Aug 2018 13:50
Forum: Configure CacheGuard in reverse mode
Topic: Scheduled opening/closing of ports
Replies: 25
Views: 766

Re: Scheduled opening/closing of ports

Are you going to use puTTY as your SSH client under windows your another SSH client?

I ask this question because it's mandatory that your SSH client uses the right SSH private key in the right format (OpenSSH or other format) and found at the right place on your client machine.

BR,
by david
10 Aug 2018 13:47
Forum: Configure CacheGuard in reverse mode
Topic: Scheduled opening/closing of ports
Replies: 25
Views: 766

Re: Scheduled opening/closing of ports

Hi, Thank you for your post. Well I see! The issue comes from a wrong format used in your public SSH key file as described in my last post. As your public key is not in an OpenSSH format and contains new lines, it has been considered as a file containing multiple SSH public keys (9 public keys in yo...
by david
10 Aug 2018 13:28
Forum: Configure CacheGuard in reverse mode
Topic: Scheduled opening/closing of ports
Replies: 25
Views: 766

Re: Scheduled opening/closing of ports

Also FYI the puTTY Key Generator program allows you to convert the generated private key to an OpenSSH key format. If you plan to use a Linux machine as the SSH client side that can help.

BR,
by david
10 Aug 2018 13:20
Forum: Configure CacheGuard in reverse mode
Topic: Scheduled opening/closing of ports
Replies: 25
Views: 766

Re: Scheduled opening/closing of ports

Yes it's SSH2. Did you get the "Server refused our key" message from puTTY or another SSH client? Can you please copy the output of the following command and paste it here? admin ssh key Normally puTTY generates DOS format textual files (shown with a ^M at the end of each line by the Linux vi editor...
by david
10 Aug 2018 11:44
Forum: Configure CacheGuard in reverse mode
Topic: Scheduled opening/closing of ports
Replies: 25
Views: 766

Re: Scheduled opening/closing of ports

Well, if you used putty to generate the SSH keys, please try to connect to your CG using putty (instead of using the ssh command) to check if the password is still requested or not. Actually the place where the private SSH is stored is important. I don't know where putty saves a private key but unde...
by david
10 Aug 2018 11:17
Forum: Configure CacheGuard in reverse mode
Topic: Scheduled opening/closing of ports
Replies: 25
Views: 766

Re: Scheduled opening/closing of ports

How did you generate your SSH keys? Can you please copy/paste the used command (if under Linux)?

Also please double check that you are trying to connect to your CG from the machine having the SSH private key associated to the imported public key.

BR,
by david
10 Aug 2018 11:07
Forum: Configure CacheGuard in reverse mode
Topic: Scheduled opening/closing of ports
Replies: 25
Views: 766

Re: Scheduled opening/closing of ports

RSA is fine! When you print the list of imported SSH keys with the command "admin ssh key", do you have a '[NEW]' tag for your SSH key on not?

BR,