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   * **[[:start:mogon_cluster:access_from_outside_windows|accessing MOGON using Windows]]**    * **[[:start:mogon_cluster:access_from_outside_windows|accessing MOGON using Windows]]** 
  
-The latter link contains information for accessing MOGON with ''PuTTY''''MobaXterm'' and ''PowerShell''.+The latter link contains information for accessing MOGON with PuTTY, MobaXterm and PowerShell.
  
 The service nodes of MOGON are listed below.  The service nodes of MOGON are listed below. 
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 | RSA| MD5:''92:8b:0d:af:53:27:09:b9:c0:13:a5:7c:47:5f:18:10'' \\ SHA256:''5/h9wmWi44ViIpMm1I/7Ox/vXZ/JYR2tM3QJ7QbFNDA''| | RSA| MD5:''92:8b:0d:af:53:27:09:b9:c0:13:a5:7c:47:5f:18:10'' \\ SHA256:''5/h9wmWi44ViIpMm1I/7Ox/vXZ/JYR2tM3QJ7QbFNDA''|
 | ECDSA| MD5:''e9:d9:54:5d:a3:ba:0e:d5:ce:e5:02:c0:70:8e:05:d2'' \\ SHA256:''pzKsg8DkGkzAxDw2n8Uggk/jbboSpNYi5w47LcXjTxk'' | | ECDSA| MD5:''e9:d9:54:5d:a3:ba:0e:d5:ce:e5:02:c0:70:8e:05:d2'' \\ SHA256:''pzKsg8DkGkzAxDw2n8Uggk/jbboSpNYi5w47LcXjTxk'' |
-ED15519 | MD5:''63:67:65:76:5f:ad:fb:20:f2:68:92:cf:d5:49:2c:dc'' \\ SHA256:''CNbkj04hEuJ9IwgGkTBXbF1WtE/Nb46kPVSejKUGfRU'' |+ED25519 | MD5:''63:67:65:76:5f:ad:fb:20:f2:68:92:cf:d5:49:2c:dc'' \\ SHA256:''CNbkj04hEuJ9IwgGkTBXbF1WtE/Nb46kPVSejKUGfRU'' |
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 <datatables info="false" paging="false" searching="false" ordering="false"> <datatables info="false" paging="false" searching="false" ordering="false">
 ^ Service Node ''login21-23''^^ ^ Service Node ''login21-23''^^
-^ Cipher^ Algorithm^+^ Cipher^ Fingerprint^
 | RSA| MD5:''39:38:c3:a0:3b:a4:7b:13:03:88:70:35:ca:3c:bd:48'' \\ SHA256:''MFyTochFLM9iue2D6qWreoQaJrtXITqyvAcXMQuI/ck''| | RSA| MD5:''39:38:c3:a0:3b:a4:7b:13:03:88:70:35:ca:3c:bd:48'' \\ SHA256:''MFyTochFLM9iue2D6qWreoQaJrtXITqyvAcXMQuI/ck''|
 | ECDSA| MD5:''da:e8:86:93:88:99:44:a5:1a:fb:5d:43:00:23:cc:08'' \\ SHA256:''4j1nbNKmElz7QbAkMokyoKPLAIjB7V4GVqJITObiFYA'' | | ECDSA| MD5:''da:e8:86:93:88:99:44:a5:1a:fb:5d:43:00:23:cc:08'' \\ SHA256:''4j1nbNKmElz7QbAkMokyoKPLAIjB7V4GVqJITObiFYA'' |
-ED15519 | MD5:''ae:db:05:fd:44:f4:a6:a7:58:35:b9:8c:96:e9:0b:c0'' \\ SHA256:''sLP3YOFaNAdR7+ksRYR+7QBHIuXWZoHAsh3+iWNc9qI'' |+ED25519 | MD5:''68:e5:29:01:18:93:de:f4:0e:e0:54:48:1e:10:ed:51'' \\ SHA256:''i9ArPjn5yKQeIydO5FxQgO/A5xlnVkN4sPfMKUlXF0s'' |
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 </col> </col>
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 ==== Generating a new SSH-Key using Linux or macOS ==== ==== Generating a new SSH-Key using Linux or macOS ====
-In case you not yet have an SSH-Key pair on your computer, you can use the following command to create a new pair: 
- 
-<code bash>ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C "HPCGATE,HPCLOGIN"</code> 
- 
-This generates a new private/public ''RSA'' key pair with ''4096 bit'' key size. \\ {{fa>hand-o-right?fw}} Please note: The part ''-C "HPCGATE,HPCLOGIN"'' creates the mandatory comment, which can be pasted into the web form. {{fa>hand-o-left?fw}} \\ Then ''ssh-keygen'' asks for a name for the key.  
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-<code>Enter a file in which to save the key (/home/you/.ssh/id_rsa): [Press enter] </code> 
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-After that you have to specify a passphrase - {{fa>warning?fw}} **use a passphrase!** {{fa>warning?fw}}. An empty passphrase is a serious security concern.  
- 
-<code bash>Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase): [Type a passphrase] 
-Enter same passphrase again: [Type passphrase again] </code> 
- 
-In this case you deviate from the default names and you ought make your ''ssh-agent'' aware of it: 
-<code bash> 
-ssh-add ~/Path/To/Your/PrivateKey 
-</code> 
- 
-=== Modify existing SSH-Keys === 
-If you already have an SSH-Key pair, you can change the comment as follows, for example to add the ''HPCGATE,HPCLOGIN'' string if you have forgotten to append it: 
- 
-<code bash>  
-ssh-keygen -c -C "HPCGATE,HPCLOGIN" -f ~/Path/To/Your/PrivateKey 
-</code> 
- 
- 
- 
  
  
 +<callout type="tip" icon="true" title="Set up SSH-Keys for MOGON using Linux or macOS"> We have created an article for you <button type="info" icon="fa fa-key" size="xs">[[start:mogon_cluster:access_from_outside_unix#generating_a_new_ssh-key_using_linux_or_macos|here]]</button> that explains how to create new SSH-Keys using Linux or macOS. </callout>
  
 ==== Generating a new SSH-Key using Windows ==== ==== Generating a new SSH-Key using Windows ====
  
-<callout type="tip" icon="true" title="Set up SSH-Keys for MOGON using Windows"> We have created an article for you <button type="info" icon="fa fa-key" size="xs">[[start:mogon_cluster:access_from_outside_windows:creating_sshkeys_on_windows|here]]</button> that explains various ways to create new SSH-Keys using Windows, including ''PuTTY''''MobaXterm'' and ''PowerShell''. </callout> +<callout type="tip" icon="true" title="Set up SSH-Keys for MOGON using Windows"> We have created an article for you <button type="info" icon="fa fa-key" size="xs">[[start:mogon_cluster:access_from_outside_windows:creating_sshkeys_on_windows|here]]</button> that explains various ways to create new SSH-Keys using Windows, including PuTTY, MobaXterm and PowerShell. </callout>
  
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