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Status Functionality already exists
Workspace DataPower Gateway
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 18, 2022

support key based authentication for Datapower SSH

As per our security direction, we wanted to use key based authentication to our Datapower via CLI instead of username/password. 

Idea priority Low
  • Admin
    Ulas Cubuk
    Feb 3, 2023

    Thank you for taking the time to submit this idea for enhancement. You can define SSH authentication for CLI sessions not only with username/password. You can retain the existing username and password behavior or you can select a different behavior.

    * Change to use password authentication.

    * Change to use user certificate authentication.

    * Change to attempt user certificate authentication and, if unsuccessful, attempt password authentication.

    Please see details: https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/datapower-gateway/10.5?topic=management-defining-ssh-authentication-cli-sessions

    If these options do not meet your requirements, then please provide the use case with details for us to consider it for future releases.