Posts Tagged ‘SSH’

Why is my Cygwin SSH client broken on Windows 10?

by Jason Stewart
Cygwin is “a large collection of GNU and Open Source tools which provide functionality similar to a Linux distribution on Windows.” If you have to use Windows for something, it is a lifesaver! After a recent surprise Windows 10 reboot, I noticed one of my scheduled SSH jobs failing with: Bad owner or permissions on […]

Managed Switch Best Practices

by Jason Stewart
DO: Give VLANs descriptive names. Comment configuration lines as much as reasonably possible. Disable TELNET! Use SSH instead. (Requires crypto image on Cisco) Have a dedicated management VLAN and IP subnet. Limit access to the SSH console with layer 3 ACLs if possible. For correct timestamps, configure the clock to synchronize with a Network Time […]

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