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-ithm der===== Accessing MOGON from outside using Windows PowerShell =====+===== Accessing MOGON from outside using Windows PowerShell =====
  
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   - Verify that the ''​ssh-agent''​ is running: \\ <code bash>​Get-Service ssh-agent</​code>​ You should get an output like in the screenshot on the right.   - Verify that the ''​ssh-agent''​ is running: \\ <code bash>​Get-Service ssh-agent</​code>​ You should get an output like in the screenshot on the right.
   - Go to the ''​.ssh''​ directory: \\ <code bash>cd ~\.ssh\</​code>​   - Go to the ''​.ssh''​ directory: \\ <code bash>cd ~\.ssh\</​code>​
-  - Generate a new SSH-Key pair with the ''​ECDSA''​ algorithm: \\ <code bash>​ssh-keygen -t ecdsa -b 521 -C "​HPCGATE,​HPCLOGIN"​ </​code>​ {{fa>​warning?​fw}}For compatibility reasons make sure to use the ''​ECDSA''​ algorithm. The ''​RSA''​ algorithm used by Windows is old compared ​too the ''​RSA''​ algorithm used on MOGON. This causes conflicts and prevents a connection from being established.{{fa>​warning?​fw}}+  - Generate a new SSH-Key pair with the ''​ECDSA''​ algorithm: \\ <code bash>​ssh-keygen -t ecdsa -b 521 -C "​HPCGATE,​HPCLOGIN"​ </​code>​ {{fa>​warning?​fw}}For compatibility reasons make sure to use the ''​ECDSA''​ algorithm. The ''​RSA''​ algorithm used by Windows is old compared ​to the ''​RSA''​ algorithm used on MOGON. This causes conflicts and prevents a connection from being established.{{fa>​warning?​fw}}
   - Then ''​ssh-keygen''​ asks for a name for the key. \\ <​code>​Enter a file in which to save the key (/​home/​you/​.ssh/​id_rsa):​ [Press enter] </​code>​   - Then ''​ssh-keygen''​ asks for a name for the key. \\ <​code>​Enter a file in which to save the key (/​home/​you/​.ssh/​id_rsa):​ [Press enter] </​code>​
   - After that you have to specify a passphrase - **Do not** use an empty passphrase! \\ <code bash>​Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase):​ [Type a passphrase]   - After that you have to specify a passphrase - **Do not** use an empty passphrase! \\ <code bash>​Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase):​ [Type a passphrase]
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