Security Configuration > Setting Up SSH on the QAD .NET UI
  
Setting Up SSH on the QAD .NET UI
As of QAD NET UI 2013 EE (3.0.0), the Connection Manager specifies secure shell (SSH) rather than telnet by default.
To view and change the settings, in Administration | Connection Manager, under Functions, click Update configuration settings:
Host.
The machine name or IP address of the SSH or telnet server.
Port.
The port number for SSH or telnet. The default is 22 (SSH). For telnet, the port number is 23. (Previously, the default was 23 for telnet).
Protocol.
Specifies the connection protocol as ssh (the default) or telnet. (Previously, the default was telnet.)
Startup Script.
The server log-in prompts and the responses to these prompts, separated with the pipe symbol ( | ). The standard order is:
loginPrompt|userid|passwordPrompt|$PASSWD|osPrompt|cd UIConfigDir|osPrompt|startScript
For example:
login:|mfg|Password:|$PASSWD|$|cd /user/mfg/work|$|exec /user/mfg/work/scripts/connmgr.wrap
Note: The same startup script can be used for both SSH and telnet. If using SSH, the login credentials in the script are ignored if they are specified in the Server Startup User and Server Startup Password settings. For SSH, if you have defined Server Startup User and Server Startup Password, you can remove the login credentials from the script but the first four token delimiters must still be included in the script. For example, for telnet, the script might be:
login:|mfg|Password:|$PASSWD|$|cd /user/mfg/work|$|exec /user/mfg/work/scripts/connmgr.wrap
For SSH, however, with the login credentials defined in Server Startup User and Server Startup Password, the script can be:
||||$|cd /user/mfg/work|$|exec /user/mfg/work/scripts/
connmgr.wrap
Server Startup User.
Specifies the user ID of the server startup user, if not specified in the startup script. (This new setting is only used for SSH.)
Server Startup Password.
The password for the session startup script, if not specified in the startup script. It is encrypted on entry.
SSH Private Key File.
If using public key authentication (see next section), you enter the directory path to the private key file here (for instance, /directory/path/id_rsa).
SSH Private Key Password.
If using public key authentication (see next section), you enter the passphrase here.