I thank Mark Neil and Jason Armbruster for their response.
The problem is that ssh2 does not support rhost authentication as stated by
> SSH2 does not support rhost authentication.
> You will have to use SSH1 if you want to do this...it's something I was
> pursuing, and that's the consensus we came to then...
> On Tue, 15 Aug 2000 14:57:40 -0400, Juan Carlos Botero said:
> > Hi all
> > I am newbie with ssh an I apologize for the elementary question.
> > I am using ssh-2.0.13 version of openssh on a LINUX machine and also
> > ssh-2.2.1 on a solaris machine.
> > I configure two of my solaris servers to login without password using:
> > /etc/shosts.equiv
> > /etc/hosts.allow
> > /etc/ssh_known_hosts
> > $HOME/.shosts
> > $HOME/.ssh/known_hosts
> > That worked fine.
> > However, when I try to configure the LINUX client to connect to the
> > solaris server, I can not get it to do it without asking for the
> > password. Also, I have not be able to configure ssh between to LINUX
> > machines.
> > I have followed the man pages for the linux version using:
> > $HOME/.ssh/authorization file in the server with only one entry
> > Key my_client_pub_key_file
> > and
> > $HOME/.ssh/identification file in the client with also one entry
> > IdKey my_client_pub_key_file
> > Does anyone have any idea of what am I missing?
> > Thank you for your help I will summarize.
> > Juan Carlos Botero
> > QOSLabs
> Mark Neill
> UNIX System Admin
> Enterprise Backup Administrator
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