Trusted Host Keys

Getting there

Note: You can use the administrative console to manage trusted host keys for all users of the domain. Individual users can also add trusted host keys using X Manager for Domains.

When you select a key under Trusted Host Keys, the following information is displayed.

 

Host

Displays the name of the host that authenticates with this key.

 

Type

Indicates whether the key uses either an RSA or DSA algorithm.

 

Public

Indicates whether the host key is available to other users in the Reflection X Advantage domain. When an administrator uses the Administrative Console to make the key public, this host is trusted by other users in the domain. This means they can connect to the host without needing to respond to the unknown host prompt.

 

MD5 fingerprint
SHA1 fingerprint

Shows the key fingerprint in MD5 and SHA1 format. Fingerprints provide a way to reliably identify the host key.

Related Topics

Add a Trusted Host Key for all Domain Users

Import a Trusted Host Key Using the Administrative Console

Add Trusted Host Keys to the Database

Manually Import a Trusted Host Key