Supporting Legacy Clients with OpenSSH

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Ok, so I have someone in Japan that is using TeraTermSSH (TTSSH) that is
trying to access a Linux box running the OpenSSH (current version) daemon.
They can do password-based logins just fine. However, they cannot do
RSA1 key-based logins (though RSA and DSA key-logins do work). Unfortunately,
TTSSH is older software (apparently somewhat popular in Japan) that only
supports RSA1.

Anyone know how I can resolve this other than telling them to switch SSH
client software to something more recent than a 2001 publish date?


Re: Supporting Legacy Clients with OpenSSH

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I just tried this with TTSSH.  It worked fine.

Make sure that your sshd configuration allows protocol 1 connections.

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