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Old 10-25-2007, 10:52 AM
andyp andyp is offline
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Any way to automatically accept host key using SSH in scripts?

I'm writing a script to process a list of many hundreds of ip addresses where it will ssh into each one and issue a series of commands.

the problem is that unless I've been into these devices before, I must answer the "accept host key" prompt for each device clicking the "accept & save" box each time.

Understanding the risks of accepting keys blindly, I still need to do this for hundreds maybe thousands of devices on our internal network. I would like to have a command line option to "automatically accept and save ssh host key"

telnet is not an option

can anyone help me?
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Old 10-25-2007, 04:01 PM
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If you are running SecureCRT 5.2 or newer, you will want to use the /ACCEPTHOSTKEYS argument when you launch securecrt.exe.

If you add this command-line option, are you able to accept the host keys as you described?
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