Host Keys Tab in the Secure Shell Host Keys Dialog Box
How do I get to this dialog box?
From X Manager or X Manager for Domains
- From the Tools menu, click Secure Shell Host Keys.
Public key authentication of the Secure Shell server is a standard feature of the Secure Shell protocol. Use the Secure Shell Host Keys database to manage your list of trusted hosts.
The options are:
Trusted Host Keys
|Click the plus sign (+) to manually import a key from the Import Host Key dialog box.
|Displays the name of the host that authenticates with this key.
|Indicates whether the key uses either an RSA or DSA algorithm.
|Provides a way to reliably identify the host key.
When host is untrusted:
|Does not enforce strict host key checking. Reflection X connects without displaying a confirmation dialog box, and the host key is not added to your list of trusted keys.
|Reflection X displays the Host Key Unknown dialog box when you connect to an unknown host.
|Enforces strict host key checking. Reflection X does not connect unless the host is trusted. Before you can connect, you must add the host key to your host key database.