03-23-2015 06:21 AM
How can I create the copy referenced in step 2 of this FAQ? EdgeMAX - How do I properly post / upload configuration code in community?
I can view configuration in the CLS window reached via the GUI. Selecting the text allows me to copy it via a local menu that appears in the CLS but that copy does not end up in the windows paste buffer. I bet the answer is obvious but I haven't got a clue.
03-23-2015 07:17 AM
03-24-2015 02:41 AM
I suspect better luck means the GUI CLI copy command does not use the windows paste buffer and I will have zero luck trying that approach. Alas, I've had no luck using SSH. Hints about what I'm missing here?
Using the approach described in Access Using SSH I find that login fails with "access denied". The connection is from a Windows 7 PC via eth0 immediately after running the WAN+2LAN Wizard. I can login to the GUI at 192.168.1.1 with User: ubnt and Password: ubnt.
03-24-2015 02:53 AM
Ah, the magic of getting it right for a change. PuTTY seems to have filled in some of the info on its own.
I should have entered only ubnt at the prompt rather than ssh email@example.com as described in step 2.
SSH is enabled by default.
- Open the SSH client on your computer.
- At the login prompt, enter: ssh <username>@<hostname> Note: The defaults are ubnt for the <username> and 192.168.1.1 for the <hostname>. You can also enter a domain name instead of an IP address for the hostname. Upon initial login, a host key will be displayed. You will be asked to confirm that you want to save the host key to the local database. Click Yes to bypass this message in the future.
- At the Password prompt, enter the password (the default is ubnt).
03-24-2015 03:28 AM
is ubnt/ubnt the username / password that you use to log into the web UI with?
If you changed it, you'll have to use the new username / password.
03-24-2015 03:52 AM
Yeah, the user name and password are still the default and work when logging into the GUI. They also work for SSH login.
I found the description for using the SSH client (PuTTY) confusing and entered too much information when I should have typed only this: ubnt <ENTER> ubnt.
03-24-2015 03:58 AM
In the SSH client window opened via PuTTY on a Win7 PC I can list the configuration, so that is progress of a sort.
However, I am still searching for how to copy selected text from the SSH CLI into the Windows paste buffer. Right mouse click doesn't launch a local menu. Is there a control key sequence to copy the selection?
03-27-2015 04:53 AM
Wow, noticing the selection was automatically copied to the paste buffer? Never happened, so thanks for the hint.
I've been messing about with PCs for decades and never encountered this behavior. (Or perhaps it is common and I never noticed?)
03-27-2015 05:18 AM
It's a PuTTY thing, because Windows does copy and paste wrong (ctrl+C & ctrl+V instead of ctrl+INS / shift+INS or ctrl+shift+c / ctrl+shift+v as with *nix boxen).