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==Summary==
 
==Summary==
  
This menu controls if ssh port forwarding is/is not allowed on the router. Enabling this feature remote hosts are able to create ssl encrypted connection from remote host to router port.
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This menu controls if ssh server behaviour regarding port forward and authentication methods.
  
 
==Settings==
 
==Settings==

Revision as of 14:14, 15 November 2012

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Applies to RouterOS: v5

Summary

This menu controls if ssh server behaviour regarding port forward and authentication methods.

Settings

Property Desciption
forwarding-enabled (no|yes default:no) controls ssh port forwarding
always-allow-password-login (no|yes default:no) controls ssh authentication methods, if set to yes, does not remove form allowed methods password_login

Example

To use this feature from Linux host using OpenSSH client this command can be used:

 ssh reamoteuser@remotehost -L port:remotehost:remoteport

where:

  • remoteuser - user of router
  • remotehost - router address (if host name is used in -L settings, router should be able to resolve this name)
  • port - local port that your host will listen on
  • remoteport - port on the router

If user requires telnet to router, but you do not want to allow it to be plain text, Following can be done:

ssh admin@192.168.88.1 -L 3000:192.168.88.1:23

now when user uses telnet localhost 3000" it will log in the router using telnet over encrypted tcp connection.

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Note: we fully support SFTP v3 as described in draft-ietf-secsh-filexfer-02.txt other versions can cause problems