Re: ssh on Tandem?
- From: "Joachim Schmitz" <nospam.jojo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 17:42:30 +0100
"Joachim Schmitz" <nospam.jojo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
"Rob Lesan" <roblesan01@xxxxxxx> schrieb im NewsbeitragHmm, for HP/UX it seems to be even supported! Now I'm getting jealous...
On Dec 13, 8:18 am, "Joachim Schmitz" <nospam.j...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>a) openSSH is available for free on NSK too, from ITUGLIB
"Rob Lesan" <roblesa...@xxxxxxx> schrieb im
On Dec 12, 10:21 pm, Doug Cowie <douglasco...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
You can get it for free
have managed to get it to work but it does require root (SUPER.SUPER)
Rob Lesan wrote:
I don't mean to belittle any of the existing secure comm. products
there, they are all fine products from good companies.
My problem is with HP and ssh on NonStop.
We run Linux, Windows, HP/UX, Solaris, and a handful of other
operating systems here. They ALL include some version of ssh
from the vendor.
If I want the same thing from HP, it costs me an arm and a leg.
I have openssh installed and running on my NonStop servers, my
question is why doesn't HP support it on NonStop the way they do on
I don't believe that HP supports openssh on any platform. Certainly on
I worked on.
on NSK there's now a new and supported product, SecureSH, which comes as
part of newer H-Series systems.
Actually it is the comForte product. And to be able to use it for
else but OSM, an extra license fee and key is needed.
I have a number of problems with openssh and no time to solve them. I
simply expect the same support I get on other platforms.
You get exactly that. The same support that open source gets anywere
BTW: some solutions about openSSH are available in KBNS. Even if we
support it 8-)
Ok, maybe I should not have stated openssh, but according to HP's
website, an openssh based product is available (for free) under HP/UX
It also supports Kerberos!
Kerberos is yet another dream I don't expect to be supported, but I
don't fully understand Kerberos authentication enough to discuss...
b) for free != supported
On the other hand, we now have comForte's secureSH, and I even have a