2018-04-18 12:42 AM
I have a financial customer
They have to change default ssh service port to user define port.
I confirmed that I could not change the default ssh port.
But I could not find the reason elsewhere.
And I tried to change it using the system services firewall policy command, but it did not work.
I wonder why this command exists.
I want to change ssh default port to any port what I want.
Is there any ways to change?
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2018-04-18 07:03 PM
This is no longer a supported feature. There is no way to turn off the identification banner, which makes "hiding" the port a minor roadblock at best.
Have a read of this article on why you shouldn't change the SSH port - https://www.adayinthelifeof.nl/2012/03/12/why-putting-ssh-on-another-port-than-22-is-bad-idea/
Please review case 2006311393 for discussion on communications.
Re: why cannot change ssh service port to user define port
2018-04-19 12:00 AM
It was supported under 7-Mode for a small number of versions, but the functionality was not brought forward into Clustered ONTAP due to complexities of implementation and low use.