The Kaspersky Web Traffic Security administrator can connect to any cluster node over the SSH protocol to work with the application in Technical Support Mode through the command line. To do so, you must generate SSH keys and upload the SSH public key through the application web interface. After it is uploaded to the server hosting the node with role Control, this key is relayed and saved on all cluster nodes.
To prevent unauthorized access to the system, the administrator must independently ensure security of the SSH private key by using a token.
To upload the SSH public key through the application web interface:
The SSH public key is now added. The Kaspersky Web Traffic Security administrator will be able to connect to any cluster node if the appropriate SSH private key is available. If you want to replace a SSH key, you need to delete the previously added key and add a new key in its place.
To delete a SSH public key:
The SSH public key is now deleted. You will be able to add a new key.Page top