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SSH Logical Names

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The logical names described in Table 4-1 can be used to modify the behavior of the SSH service.

Table 4-1 Logical Names

Name Function

TCPIP$SSH_DEVICE

Defines the device on which the SSH client default directory is located. If you do not define this logical, the default is SYS$SYSDEVICE.

TCPIP$SSH_HOME

Defines the OpenVMS equivalent of the /etc directory on UNIX systems. Used internally by SSH software. Translates to TCPIP$SSH_DEVICE:[TCPIP$SSH].

TCPIP$SSH_AGENT_PORT

Defines the port on which an SSH authentication agent listens for connections from clients. Used internally by SSH software, and defined only in the job table for a process and its subprocesses.

TCPIP$SSH_CLIENT_PORT

Defines the port on which a client of an SSH authentication agent communicates with the agent. Used internally by SSH software, and defined only in the job table for a process and its subprocesses.

TCPIP$SSH_TOLERANT_PROTOCOL_STATUS

Suppresses the warning messages you usually receive when you use the OpenVMS SSH client to access the OpenSSH server.

TCPIP$SSH_SERVER_PARAMS

Specifies alternate operational control over the SSH server. The default is —1, which invokes the auxiliary server. Do not change this logical name.

TCPIP$SSH_SERVER_DEBUG

Specifies the level of debug information. By default, this logical name is set to 99.