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ssh_from_outside [2017/12/13 16:53]
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 **Second step** is to deploy your RSA public key on the ''​mogon''​-host. The ''​mogon''​-host is a reference to the actual MogonI-login-nodes that allocate resources from the compute-nodes of MogonI. **Second step** is to deploy your RSA public key on the ''​mogon''​-host. The ''​mogon''​-host is a reference to the actual MogonI-login-nodes that allocate resources from the compute-nodes of MogonI.
  
-  * Deploy your public key on MogonI. Because your home directory is the same on MogonI and MogonII clusters, it is sufficient to deploy your public key on either one of them. Because MogonII only allows access with RSA authentication,​ you [[ssh_from_outside?&​#​access_to_mogon_i_-_password_authentication | access MogonI via password authentication]],​ **deploy your public key again** in <code bash>​~/​.ssh/​authorized_keys</​code>​ and close the connection again.  ​+  * Deploy your public key on MogonI. Because your home directory is the same on MogonI and MogonII clusters, it is sufficient to deploy your public key on either one of them. Because MogonII only allows access with RSA authentication,​ you [[#​access_to_mogon_i_-_password_authentication | access MogonI via password authentication]],​ **deploy your public key again** in <code bash>​~/​.ssh/​authorized_keys</​code>​ and close the connection again.  ​
  
  
ssh_from_outside.txt · Last modified: 2018/02/05 11:19 by meesters