SSH connection issue with Panorama

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L1 Bithead

SSH connection issue with Panorama

Hi,

 

i have deployed Panorama instance in the AWS and wanted to connect to it via ssh in order to set a password for the admin user,

when connecting i used the private key generated by AWS and i was asked for a password which i did not set yet.

please note that it was my first attempt to connect to the Panorama instance.

 

Regards,

Alex.


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L1 Bithead

Re: SSH connection issue with Panorama

Hi @SteveCantwell,

 

i did try to authenticate using the AWS key that i have created while deploying the instance.

 

in the end i did solve it by creating another windows instance in the same subnet and connecting using Putty and the private key it generates.

Alex. 

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Cyber Elite

Re: SSH connection issue with Panorama

If you are authenticating to the Panorama, you should be logging in using admin/admin as user/password combo.


You didn't say if you were attempting to do SSH public key authentication, so I am confused about this.

 

You would normally use public ssh key to connect to a virtualized linux or unix box, or similar.

I work in GCP and I know there a "console" port available to always have connectivity to the Panorama.

Perhaps you can provide more details, with a simple drawing of what you have, and how you are attempting to connect.

 

What other questions can we answer for you?

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L1 Bithead

Re: SSH connection issue with Panorama

Hi @SteveCantwell,

 

i did try to authenticate using the AWS key that i have created while deploying the instance.

 

in the end i did solve it by creating another windows instance in the same subnet and connecting using Putty and the private key it generates.

Alex. 

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