default ssh public key to add in target server or Linux instances for ssh key based authentication

While adding in target Linux server or cloud instance into the Ezeelogin ssh gateway, the password given in the add server form is used to login into the remote server and validate.  If the password fails then the server is not added.

To, ensure that all your Linux servers / cloud instances are added as soon as they are into production even if the password fails is to add the public key or the Global Key found in the GUI Servers->Global Key into the target server /root/.ssh/authorized_keys file.

Global  ssh public key


This way we can ensure that new Linux servers / cloud instances being spawned or any target linux server having the global key entered in get seamlessly added into the Ezeelogin ssh jumpbox.

 

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