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styson

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Greetings,

How do I gain access to terminal/ssh session on the appliance version of Kerio 6.7.1? SSH didn't respond. I'm trying to do performance testing and I need to see what kinds of load are placed on the box and how it responds to different network cards. There is no CPU/Ram info in the Admin console so all I can see is throughput numbers in my tests which isn't sufficient.
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robsik

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styson wrote on Wed, 28 April 2010 22:32
Greetings,

How do I gain access to terminal/ssh session on the appliance version of Kerio 6.7.1? SSH didn't respond. (...)

Have you create rule on firewall for SSH connection to firewall?

Robert
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styson

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No I did not. Support informed me that using Ctrl+Alt+F2 on the firewall brings up a console where I can log on and fire up top. I'll see if SSH works. Unless they have tweaked it, SSH should still fail since it is disabled for root by default.
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ASTERISKESE

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Hi STYSON,
do you know user/password of KWF APPLIANCE?
I typed root/root, cannot login
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styson

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user is root. password is whatever you set as the admin password during the installation.
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