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authorBen Lindstrom <mouring@eviladmin.org>2001-03-03 21:37:50 +0000
committerBen Lindstrom <mouring@eviladmin.org>2001-03-03 21:37:50 +0000
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-.\" -*- nroff -*-
-.\" ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-.\" make-ssh-known-hosts.1 -- Make ssh-known-hosts file
-.\" Copyright (c) 1995 Tero Kivinen
-.\" All Rights Reserved.
-.\"
-.\" Make-ssh-known-hosts is distributed in the hope that it will be
-.\" useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY. No author or distributor accepts
-.\" responsibility to anyone for the consequences of using it or for
-.\" whether it serves any particular purpose or works at all, unless he
-.\" says so in writing. Refer to the General Public License for full
-.\" details.
-.\"
-.\" Everyone is granted permission to copy, modify and redistribute
-.\" make-ssh-known-hosts, but only under the conditions described in
-.\" the General Public License. A copy of this license is supposed to
-.\" have been given to you along with make-ssh-known-hosts so you can
-.\" know your rights and responsibilities. It should be in a file named
-.\" COPYING. Among other things, the copyright notice and this notice
-.\" must be preserved on all copies.
-.\" ----------------------------------------------------------------------
-.\" Program: make-ssh-known-hosts.1
-.\" $Source: /var/cvs/openssh/contrib/Attic/make-ssh-known-hosts.1,v $
-.\" Author : $Author: damien $
-.\"
-.\" (C) Tero Kivinen 1995 <Tero.Kivinen@hut.fi>
-.\"
-.\" Creation : 03:51 Jun 28 1995 kivinen
-.\" Last Modification : 03:44 Jun 28 1995 kivinen
-.\" Last check in : $Date: 2000/03/15 01:13:03 $
-.\" Revision number : $Revision: 1.1 $
-.\" State : $State: Exp $
-.\" Version : 1.1
-.\"
-.\" Description : Manual page for make-ssh-known-hosts.pl
-.\"
-.\" $Log: make-ssh-known-hosts.1,v $
-.\" Revision 1.1 2000/03/15 01:13:03 damien
-.\" - Created contrib/ subdirectory. Included helpers from Phil Hands'
-.\" Debian package, README file and chroot patch from Ricardo Cerqueira
-.\" <rmcc@clix.pt>
-.\" - Moved gnome-ssh-askpass.c to contrib directory and reomved config
-.\" option.
-.\" - Slight cleanup to doc files
-.\"
-.\" Revision 1.4 1998/07/08 00:40:14 kivinen
-.\" Changed to do similar commercial #ifdef processing than other
-.\" files.
-.\"
-.\" Revision 1.3 1998/06/11 00:07:21 kivinen
-.\" Fixed comment characters.
-.\"
-.\" Revision 1.2 1997/04/27 21:48:28 kivinen
-.\" Added F-SECURE stuff.
-.\"
-.\" Revision 1.1.1.1 1996/02/18 21:38:13 ylo
-.\" Imported ssh-1.2.13.
-.\"
-.\" Revision 1.5 1995/10/02 01:23:23 ylo
-.\" Make substitutions by configure.
-.\"
-.\" Revision 1.4 1995/08/31 09:21:35 ylo
-.\" Minor cleanup.
-.\"
-.\" Revision 1.3 1995/08/29 22:37:10 ylo
-.\" Minor cleanup.
-.\"
-.\" Revision 1.2 1995/07/15 13:26:11 ylo
-.\" Changes from kivinen.
-.\"
-.\" Revision 1.1.1.1 1995/07/12 22:41:05 ylo
-.\" Imported ssh-1.0.0.
-.\"
-.\"
-.\"
-.\" If you have any useful modifications or extensions please send them to
-.\" Tero.Kivinen@hut.fi
-.\"
-.\"
-.\"
-.\"
-.\"
-.\" #ifndef F_SECURE_COMMERCIAL
-.TH MAKE-SSH-KNOWN-HOSTS 1 "November 8, 1995" "SSH TOOLS" "SSH TOOLS"
-.\" #endif F_SECURE_COMMERCIAL
-.SH NAME
-make-ssh-known-hosts \- make ssh_known_hosts file from DNS data
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.na
-.TP
-.B make-ssh-known-hosts
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-initialdns "\c
-.I initial_dns\c
-\|]
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-server "\c
-.I domain_name_server\c
-\|]
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-subdomains "\c
-.I comma_separated_list_of_subdomains\c
-\|]
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-debug "\c
-.I debug_level\c
-\|]
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-timeout "\c
-.I ssh_exec_timeout\c
-\|]
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-pingtimeout "\c
-.I ping_timeout\c
-\|]
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-passwordtimeout "\c
-.I timeout_when_asking_password\c
-\|]
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-notrustdaemon" "\|]"
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-norecursive" "\|]"
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-domainnamesplit" "\|]"
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-silent" "\|]"
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-keyscan" "\|]"
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-nslookup "\c
-.I path_to_nslookup_program\c
-\|]
-.br
-.RB "[\|" "\-\-ssh "\c
-.I path_to_ssh_program\c
-\|]
-.br
-.IR "domain_name " "[\|" "take_regexp " "[\|" "remove_regexp"\|]\|]"
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.LP
-.B make-ssh-known-hosts
-is a perl5 script that helps create the
-.I /etc/ssh_known_hosts
-file, which is used by
-.B ssh
-to contain the host keys of all publicly known hosts.
-.B Ssh
-does not normally permit login using rhosts or /etc/hosts.equiv
-authentication unless the server knows the client's host key. In
-addition, the host keys are used to prevent man-in-the-middle attacks.
-.LP
-In addition to
-.IR /etc/ssh_known_hosts ",
-.B ssh
-also uses the
-.I $HOME/.ssh/known_hosts
-file. This file, however, is intended to contain only those hosts
-that the particular user needs but are not in the global file. It is
-intended that the
-.I /etc/ssh_known_hosts
-file be maintained by the system administration, and periodically
-updated to contain the host keys for any new hosts.
-.LP
-The
-.B make-ssh-known-hosts
-program finds all the hosts in a domain by making a DNS query to the
-master domain name server of the domain. The master domain name server
-is located by searching for the SOA record of the domain from the initial
-domain name server (which can be specified with the
-.B \-\-initialdns
-option). The master domain name server can also be given directly with
-the
-.B \-\-server
-option.
-.LP
-After getting the hostname list
-.B make-ssh-known-hosts
-tries to get the public key from every host in the domain. It first
-tries to connect ssh port to check check if the host is alive, and if
-so, it tries to run the command
-.B cat /etc/ssh_host_key.pub
-on the remote machine using
-.BR ssh ".
-If the command succeeds, it knows the remote machine has
-.B ssh
-installed properly, and it then extracts the public key from the
-output, and prints the
-.B /etc/ssh_known_hosts
-entry for it to
-.BR STDOUT ". Because
-.B make-ssh-known-hosts
-is usually run before
-remote machines have /etc/ssh_known_hosts file you may have to use
-RSA-authentication to allow access to hosts.
-.LP
-If the command fails for some reason, it checks if the
-.B ssh
-client still got the public key from the remote host in the initial dialog,
-and if so, it will print a proper entry, and if
-.B \-\-notrustdaemon
-option is given comment it out.
-.LP
-.I Domain_name
-is the domain name for which the file is to be generated. By default
-.B make-ssh-known-hosts
-extracts also all subdomains of domain. Many sites will want to
-include several domains in their
-.I /etc/ssh_known_hosts
-file. The entries for each domain should be extracted separately by
-running
-.B make-ssh-known-hosts
-once for each domain. The results should then be combined to create
-the final file.
-.LP
-.I Take_regexp
-is a perl regular expression that matches the hosts to be taken from the
-domain. The data matched contains all the DNS records in the form "\|\c
-.B fieldname=value\c
-\|". The fields are separated with newline, and the perl match is made in
-multiline mode and it is case insensetive. The multiline mode means
-that you can use a regexp like "\|\c
-.B ^wks=.*telnet.*$\c
-\|" to match all hosts that have WKS (well known services) field that
-contains value "telnet".
-.LP
-.I Remove_regexp
-is similar but those hosts that match the regexp are not added (it can
-be used for example to filter out PCs and Macs using the hinfo field: "\|\c
-.B ^hinfo=.*(mac|pc)\c
-\|").
-
-.SH OPTIONS
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-initialdns " "initial_dns"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-i " "initial_dns"\c
-\&Set the initial domain name server used to query the SOA record of the
-domain.
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-server " "domain_name_server"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-se " "domain_name_server"\c
-\&Set the master domain name server of the domain. This host is used
-to query the DNS list of the domain.
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-subdomains " "subdomainlist"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-su " "subdomainlist"\c
-\&Comma separated list of subdomains that are added to hostnames. For
-example, if subdomainlist is "\|\c
-.I ,foo, foo.bar, foo.bar.zappa, foo.bar.zappa.hut.fi\c
-\|" then when host foobar is added to
-.B /etc/ssh_known_hosts
-file it has aliases "\|\c
-.I foobar, foobar.foo, foobar.foo.bar, foobar.foo.bar.zappa, foobar.foo.bar.zappa.hut.fi\c
-\|". The default action is to take all subparts of the host but the
-second last on a host by host basis. (The last element is usually the
-country code, and something like
-.I foobar.foo.bar.zappa.hut
-would not make sense.)
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-debug " "debug_level"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-de " "debug_level"\c
-\&Set the debug level. Default is 5, bigger values give more output.
-Using a big value (like 999) will print lots of debugging output.
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-timeout " "ssh_exec_timeout"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-ti " "ssh_exec_timeout"\c
-\&Timeout when executing
-.B ssh
-command. The default is 60 seconds.
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-pingtimeout " "ping_timeout"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-pi " "ping_timeout"\c
-\&Timeout when trying to ping the ssh port. The default is 3 seconds.
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-passwordtimeout " "timeout_when_asking_password"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-pa " "timeout_when_asking_password"\c
-\&Timeout when asking password for ssh command. Default is that no
-passwords are queried. Use value 0 to have no timeout for password queries.
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-notrustdaemon"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-notr"\c
-\&If the
-.B ssh
-command fails, use the public key stored in the local known hosts file
-and trust it is the correct key for the host. If this option is not
-given such entries are commented out in the generated
-.B /etc/ssh_known_hosts
-file.
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-norecursive"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-nor"\c
-\&Tell
-.B make-ssh-known-hosts
-that it should only extract keys for the given domain, and not to be
-recursive.
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-domainnamesplit"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-do"\c
-\&Split the domainname to get the list of subdomains. Use this option
-if you don't want hostname to splitted to pieces automatically.
-Default splitting is done host by host basis. If the domain is
-zappa.hut.fi, and the host name is foo.bar then default action adds
-entries "\|\c
-.I foo, foo.bar, foo.bar.zappa, foo.bar.zappa.hut.fi\c
-\|" and this options adds entries "\|\c
-.I foo.bar, foo.bar.zappa, foo.bar.zappa.hut.fi\c
-\|").
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-silent"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-si"\c
-\&Be silent.
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-keyscan"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-k"\c
-\&Output list of all hosts in format "ipaddr1,ipaddr2,...ipaddrn
-hostname.domain.co,hostname,ipaddr1,ipaddr2,all_other_hostname_entries".
-The output of this can be feeded to ssh-keyscan to fetch keys.
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-nslookup " "path_to_nslookup_program"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-n " "path_to_nslookup_program"\c
-\&Path to the
-.B nslookup
-program.
-
-.TP
-.BI "\-\-ssh " "path_to_ssh_program"\c
-.TP
-.BI "\-ss " "path_to_ssh_program"\c
-\&Path to the
-.B ssh
-program, including all options.
-
-.SH EXAMPLES
-.LP
-The following command:
-.IP
-.B example# make-ssh-known-hosts cs.hut.fi > \c
-.B /etc/ssh_known_hosts
-.LP
-finds all public keys of the hosts in
-.B cs.hut.fi
-domain and put them to
-.B /etc/ssh_known_hosts
-file splitting domain names on a per host basis.
-.LP
-The command
-.IP
-.B example% make-ssh-known-hosts hut.fi '^wks=.*ssh' > \c
-.B hut-hosts
-.LP
-finds all hosts in
-.B hut.fi
-domain, and its subdomains having own name server (cs.hut.fi,
-tf.hut.fi, tky.hut.fi) that have ssh service and puts their public key
-to hut-hosts file. This would require that the domain name server of
-hut.fi would define all hosts running ssh to have entry ssh in their
-WKS record. Because nobody yet adds ssh to WKS, it would be better to
-use command
-.IP
-.B example% make-ssh-known-hosts hut.fi '^wks=.*telnet' > \c
-.B hut-hosts
-.LP
-that would take those host having telnet service. This uses default
-subdomain list.
-
-.LP
-The command:
-.IP
-.B example% make-ssh-known-hosts hut.fi 'dipoli.hut.fi' '^hinfo=.*(mac|pc)' > \c
-.B dipoli-hosts
-.LP
-finds all hosts in hut.fi domain that are in dipoli.hut.fi subdomain
-(note dipoli.hut.fi does not have own name server so its entries are
-in hut.fi-server) and that are not Mac or PC.
-
-.SH FILES
-.ta 3i
-/etc/ssh_known_hosts Global host public key list
-
-.SH "SEE ALSO"
-.BR ssh (1),
-.BR sshd (8),
-.BR ssh-keygen (1),
-.BR ping (8),
-.BR nslookup (8),
-.BR perl (1),
-.BR perlre (1)
-
-.SH AUTHOR
-Tero Kivinen <kivinen@hut.fi>
-
-.SH COPYING
-.LP
-Permission is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies of
-this manual provided the copyright notice and this permission notice
-are preserved on all copies.
-.LP
-Permission is granted to copy and distribute modified versions of this
-manual under the conditions for verbatim copying, provided that the
-entire resulting derived work is distributed under the terms of a
-permission notice identical to this one.
-.LP
-Permission is granted to copy and distribute translations of this
-manual into another language, under the above conditions for modified
-versions, except that this permission notice may be included in
-translations approved by the the author instead of in the original
-English.