Menu path: Setup > System > Remote Access > SSH Access
SSH access is enabled by default. Here you can limit SSH access to specific users and hosts.
SSH access is enabled. (default)
- Permit empty passwords
Logging in with an empty password is permitted.
Logging in with an empty password is forbidden. (default)
- Permit administrator login:
Logging in as root is permitted.
Logging in as root is forbidden (default)
- Port: Port number for SSH service (default: 22)
- Username: Permitted user
- Hostname: Name of the host that tries to gain SSH access (e.g.
Acess is denied.
Access is permitted. (default)
Applications access for remote user 'ruser'
- Command line: The command allowed or forbidden for ruser
- Enable application
The program specified in Command line may be executed by ruser. (default)
The program specified in Command line may not be executed by ruser.
To learn how to configure SSH Access with keys refer to the How-To Secure Shell (SSH) Access to IGEL Linux with Keys.