Setting up SSH on a Non-Standard Port Using Certificate Authentication

Posted by Charles Buege on Oct 5, 2018 3:21:11 PM

Then Permitting Access Through a Palo Alto PA-220 Next-Generation Firewall to Destination Server

By Charles Buege, Fuel User Group Member | Friday, October 5, 2018

Fuel_SSH How To
Being able to securely connect with an SSH connection is one item that IT professionals need to do all the time, and knowing that the pathway to your system is as secure as possible is of vital importance. In this article, I will review the following items:

 

  • Setting up a second instance of SSH on a non-standard port number
  • Configuring SSH to require a certificate for authentication instead of a username and password
  • Configuring your Palo Alto PA-220 next-generation firewall (PA-220) to allow the connection through that port 

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