SSH to HA1 port - Password

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Cyber Elite

SSH to HA1 port - Password

Trying to ssh the active device from passive using HA1 IP address 

 

mparmar2@Lab-EOCDC-NGFW-1(passive)> ssh port 28 host 1.1.1.11

mparmar2@1.1.1.11's password:

Permission denied, please try again.

mparmar2@1.1.1.11's password:

Permission denied, please try again.

mparmar2@1.1.1.11's password:

 

tried the login pw do not work.

need to know what is pw for this?

MP

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L7 Applicator

You can't SSH into or from the HA ports, they aren't management ports.

 

If you cannot access your Active device from its management interface, you will need to log in via serial console. There is no "side" login method through the HA links.

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Cyber Elite

Hello,

Try the management port IP address and tcp port 22.

 

Hope that helps.

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Cyber Elite

that part always work.

 

I need to know HA1 ssh stuff?

 

is this by design?

MP
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Cyber Elite


@MP18 wrote:

Trying to ssh the active device from passive using HA1 IP address 

 

mparmar2@Lab-EOCDC-NGFW-1(passive)> ssh port 28 host 1.1.1.11

mparmar2@1.1.1.11's password:

Permission denied, please try again.

mparmar2@1.1.1.11's password:

Permission denied, please try again.

mparmar2@1.1.1.11's password:

 

tried the login pw do not work.

need to know what is pw for this?


 

 

The HA ports should be L2 ports.  You shouldn't have other hosts on them that would be "SSHing" to them.

 

 

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L7 Applicator

You can't SSH into or from the HA ports, they aren't management ports.

 

If you cannot access your Active device from its management interface, you will need to log in via serial console. There is no "side" login method through the HA links.

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Cyber Elite

that's what i need to know.

 

Many thanks for that.

System should not prompt for pw when u try to ssh to HA! port.

MP
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