Add a server using ssh key pair in ezeelogin

How to add a server using ssh key pair in Ezeelogin?

1. Create a ssh key pair on the server using the command

 
[email protected]:~# ssh-keygen
Generating public/private rsa key pair.
Enter file in which to save the key (/root/.ssh/id_rsa):
/root/.ssh/id_rsa already exists.
Overwrite (y/n)? y
Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase):
Enter same passphrase again:
Your identification has been saved in /root/.ssh/id_rsa.
Your public key has been saved in /root/.ssh/id_rsa.pub.
The key fingerprint is:
SHA256:eUKBEdUlDVzQgCKT3QHBVwHHCH0IjWa8cDdNkRBrvZM [email protected]
The key’s randomart image is:
---[RSA 2048]----
|     =B#B/@%o    |
|    = @ @=B.o    |
|     B = o.      |
|      .o . o     |
|        S E      |
|         o .     |
|                 |
|                 |
|                 |
----[SHA256]-----

 Now, the public key has been saved in the file /root/.ssh/id_rsa.pub and private key in /root.ssh/id_rsa.pub .

 

2. Click on the Servers  and then click on Add server on the right.

 

3) Fill in the server details of the server to be added. Need not add password, instead paste the entire private key generated now in the SSH Private Key field.

Also, provide the exact SSH Key passphrase used at the time of key generating (leave blank if no passphrase was used) .

 Add server using ssh key

 
While adding private key make sure to add the entire key including "BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY" and "END RSA PRIVATE KEY". Even a missing "-" could result in corrupted key.
 
3. Paste the public key in remote server users authorized key file.
 

[email protected]:~# vi /root/.ssh/authorized_keys

ssh-rsa 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

 
4. Try accessing the remote server from ezsh or web ssh.
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