\QOpenSys\QIBM\UserData\SC1\OpenSSH\etc\sshd_config.

Example, (remarked out) changing SSH port from default of 22 to 202, but only for this specific client.

# Host 52.1.9.237
# Port 202
# Host ec2-52-1-9-237.compute-1.amazonaws.com
# Port 202

Paul

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Subject: Change SSH Port

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I need to change the SSH port.

I have tried:
CALL QP2TERM
ssh '-T -p 23 gary@192.168.168.9'
ENDTCPSVR *SSHD
STRTCPSVR *SSHD

I have also tried:
Opening Access Client Solutions
Management
System Configurations
Selecting my IBMi
Selecting Edit
On the Connection tap changing ports- SSH connections Close ENDTCPSVR *SSHD STRTCPSVR *SSHD

I try to run a file transfer and it says:
ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.9 port 22:

How can I change the port SSH uses?

Thanks,

Gary Kuznitz


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