OpenSSH

OpenSSH for OpenVMS: a suite of secure networking utilities.

OpenSSH is an open-source (BSD-licensed) suite of secure networking utilities based on the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol which provides a secure channel over a potentially unsecured network. OpenSSH is a complete implementation of the SSH protocol (version 2) for secure remote login, command execution, and file transfer. It includes SSH client and server components, file transfer utilities SCP and SFTP, as well as the tools for key generation, run-time key storage, and a number of other supporting programs. The current OpenSSH port for OpenVMS is based on OpenSSH 8.9.

Software Requirements

Latest Version

Alpha Integrity X86
8.9-1H01 8.9-1H01 8.9-1H01

Download

AXPVMS-OPENSSH-V0809-1H01-1-RNOTES.PDF

AXPVMS-OPENSSH-V0809-1H01-1.ZIP

I64VMS-OPENSSH-V0809-1C-1-RNOTES.PDF

I64VMS-OPENSSH-V0809-1C-1.ZIPEXE

I64VMS-OPENSSH-V0809-1C-1.ZIPEXE_VNC

I64VMS-OPENSSH-V0809-1H01-1-RNOTES.PDF

I64VMS-OPENSSH-V0809-1H01-1.ZIP

X86VMS-OPENSSH-V0809-1C-1-RNOTES.PDF

X86VMS-OPENSSH-V0809-1C-1.ZIP

X86VMS-OPENSSH-V0809-1H01-1-RNOTES.PDF

X86VMS-OPENSSH-V0809-1H01-1.ZIP

Licensing

BSD

Documentation