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I'd advise leaving the system instance as is for administration duties, and instead creating a 2nd instance of SSHd that runs with your shared key. Copy your shared set of SSH keys to your AMI image and save them to a differently named file (e.g. /etc/ssh/shared_host_rsa_key). Next, make a copy of the SSH server configuration (/etc/ssh/sshd_config -> ...


I had the same problem with a 3560, I just deleted the key and recreated and it worked... Delete the RSA key pair. After the RSA key pair is deleted, the SSH server is automatically disabled. carter(config)# crypto key zeroize rsa I hope it helps!


If I remove all the key pairs located under /etc/ssh, both RSA and DSA key pairs are generated on sshd restart. If you are using CentOS/RHEL/Fedora, we generate missing keys automatically, based on the content of file /etc/sysconfig/sshd, where you should define, if you don't want to generate some of the keys. Do you know a way to disable the RSA ...

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