1. Cisco 2960 Generate Rsa Key On Cisco Router
  2. Generate Rsa Key Pair

Solution How do I clone/copy a Cisco 2960 layer 3 switch config to an identical Cisco 2960 Article Design, configure and operate the IT infrastructure for a SMB (or a startup group) - Part 1 Video Free upgrade of Nuance PaperPort Professional 14.5 to Kofax PaperPort Professional 14.7. Aug 25, 2016 crypto key generate rsa Example: Switch (config)# crypto key generate rsa Enables the SSH server for local and remote authentication on the Switch and generates an RSA key pair. Generating an RSA key pair for the Switch automatically enables SSH. We recommend that a minimum modulus size of 1024 bits. Nov 23, 2011  router(config)#crypto key generate rsa usage-keys label router-key The name for the keys will be: router-key Choose the size of the key modulus in the range of 360 to 2048 for your. Router-Branch(config)#crypto key generate rsa The name for the keys will be: Router-Branch.grandmetric.com Choose the size of the key modulus in the range of 360 to 4096 for your General Purpose Keys. Choosing a key modulus greater than 512 may take a few minutes. How many bits in the modulus 512: 1024% Generating 1024 bit RSA keys, keys. Oct 15, 2014  PIX software may generate a self-signed RSA key on bootup that is 768 bits, even if a user-generated key already exists. Vulnerability scanners can identify this as a security risk. When the default RSA key is deleted, the ASA will regenerate a 768-bit RSA key on a subsequent bootup even if a user-created RSA key exists.

Cisco 2960 Generate Rsa Key On Cisco Router

Cisco 2960 create rsa key

Generate Rsa Key Pair

I have two Cisco Catalyst 2960-S 48-port switches 'stacked' using the Cisco FlexStack module. Originally I had to set them up using 'Express Setup', which I absolutly hate from my limited use of it.
I configured hostnames, ip addresses, and made sure the stack was functioning properly. I tested by plugging in a laptop and making sure it could open an internet page and all was well. I configured each switch exactly the same with the exception (obviously) of the hostname and IP. I then powered them OFF and installed the stacking module and they auto-configured themselves...
Before:
Switch-A (192.168.10.3)
Switch-B (192.168.10.4)
After:
Switch-A (192.168.10.3) Master 1
Switch-B Member 2
What I need and want to do now is setup remote access. If I have to go connect up with a console cable to configure that's fine, but I'm not sure if I need to...
If I open PuTTY and use Telnet to connect it states 'password required, but none set' and the PuTTY window closes.
If I open PuTTY and use SSH to connect it prompts me 'login as:'
If I press enter (@192.168.10.3's password:) it proceeds to prompt me for a password, which entering the password I used to setup the switch I receive 'access denied'.
I know I didn't configure SSH or Telnet for that matter when I initially set these up. I want to fix that now.
I want SSH (v2) enabled and I want to disable Telnet.
Any suggestions?

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