Changes between Version 28 and Version 29 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/NewToolsSetup


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01/28/16 13:03:52 (7 years ago)
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Ben Newton
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    4747== 3.3 Test SSH with keys ==
    48 You should have received a copy of an SSH private key by email.  Follow the instructions below which apply to your Operating System/Tool.  (PuTTY users should use the key file with PUTTY in it's name)
     48You should have received a copy of an SSH private key by email.  Follow the instructions below which apply to your Operating System or Tool.  (PuTTY users should use the key file with PUTTY in it's name)
    4949
    5050=== Mac OS X/Linux ===
    51 Save the NOT_PUTTY version of the private key attached to this message on your computer. 
    52 Open a terminal
    53 Ensure that your private key has the right permissions by typing :
     511. Save the NOT_PUTTY version of the private key on your computer. 
     521. Open a terminal
     531. Ensure that your private key has the right permissions by typing :
    5454chmod 700 <private_key_file>
    55 Run ssh by typing:
     551. Run ssh by typing:
    5656ssh -i <private key location> sshtest@pc3.geni.uchicago.edu -p 32826
    57 5. Enter the passphrase (v3rify) when prompted. Note: If you are prompted for a password then something went wrong. Make sure that all the information is correct.
     571. Enter the passphrase (v3rify) when prompted. Note: If you are prompted for a password then something went wrong. Make sure that all the information is correct.
    5858
    59 If you see the prompt sshtest@test:~$ you are all set!
     59 If you see the prompt sshtest@test:~$ you have successfully logged-in to the node.
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    62     Windows PUTTY
    63 You will use the PUTTY version of the private key attached to this message.  Save the key on your computer. (It was converted from the standard fromat using the puttygen program. For more information look here)
    64 Run PuTTY. 
    65 On the Basic options screen, in the Host Name field enter:  sshtest@pc3.geni.uchicago.edu
    66 In the Port field enter: 32826
    67 Make sure Connection type is:  SSH
    68 Under the settings categories on the left navigate to Connection-> SSH ->Auth.
    69 Next to the "Private key file for authentication" field at the bottom, click Browse... and select the private key file you saved to your computer, and click Open.
    70 Click Open to establish the SSH connection.
    71 If prompted about whether you trust the host (key not cached in registry), click Yes. 
    72 When prompted for the Passphrase enter: v3rify
    73 If you see the prompt sshtest@test:~$ you are all set!
     62===Windows PUTTY===
     631. You will use the PUTTY version of the private key attached to this message.  Save the key on your computer. (It was converted from the standard fromat using the puttygen program. For more information look here)
     641. Run PuTTY. 
     651. On the Basic options screen, in the Host Name field enter:    sshtest@pc3.geni.uchicago.edu
     661. In the Port field enter: 32826
     671. Make sure Connection type is:  SSH
     681. Under the settings categories on the left navigate to Connection-> SSH ->Auth.
     691. Next to the "Private key file for authentication" field at the bottom, click Browse... and select the private key file you saved to your computer, and click Open.
     701. Click Open to establish the SSH connection.
     711. If prompted about whether you trust the host (key not cached in registry), click Yes. 
     721. When prompted for the Passphrase enter: v3rify
     73 If you see the prompt sshtest@test:~$ you have successfully logged-in to the node.
    7474
    75     Windows FireSSH
     75=== Windows FireSSH ===
    7676After you Install FireSSH :
    7777
    78 Save the NOT_PUTTY version of the private key attached to this message on your computer.
    79 Load this URL into firefox:          ssh://sshtest@pc3.geni.uchicago.edu:32826
    80 In the pop-up window, enter the passphrase v3rify in the (mislabeled) password field, and click Browse...
    81 Select the private key, and click Open.
    82 Click OK.
    83 If prompted about whether you trust the host (host key not cached in registry), click Yes. 
    84 If you see the prompt sshtest@test:~$ you are all set!
     781. Save the NOT_PUTTY version of the private key attached to this message on your computer.
     791. Load this URL into firefox:          ssh://sshtest@pc3.geni.uchicago.edu:32826
     801. In the pop-up window, enter the passphrase v3rify in the (mislabeled) password field, and click Browse...
     811. Select the private key, and click Open.
     821. Click OK.
     831. If prompted about whether you trust the host (host key not cached in registry), click Yes. 
     84 If you see the prompt sshtest@test:~$ you have successfully logged-in to the node.
    8585
    86 You are now connected to a GENI virtual machine, and you know how to establish an SSH connection using a private key, which will be necessary for the tutorial.  You can now close the connection. Your setup is complete.
     86== All Done ==
     87Once you have successfully logged-in, you may close the SSH connection.  Your set-up is now complete.  During the hands-on lab you will generate a set of your own public and private keys, and use this same procedure to log-in to GENI machines you will reserve.