Sorry (though I know this "Sorry" is no consolation for bothering you) but I have a question
related to another of your posts:
It's this one:
"Setup SSH on Your Router for Secure Web Access from Anywhere ... ...Published 07/13/11"
Very clear English and excellent teaching approach and even I - just an user without need to know
much about information science - could follow... but only up to a point.
The point is on the black, DOS-like screen, interactions with PuTTY (v. 0.62).
It reacts to my entering "root" by displaying: "-sh: root: not found"
Could you please help?
My little doubt: in your post you say:
"At terminal you will only need to do two things. At the login prompt type root. At the passphrase prompt enter your RSA keyring password—this is the password you created a few minutes ago when you generated your key and not your router’s password. The router shell will load and ..."
Have I understood this correctly? - I typed the Key passphrase generated by PUTTYGEN.EXE and displayed in its window together with and below:
Public key for pasting into OpenSSH authorized keys file
Is "Key passphrase" same as "RSA keyring password"?
Thank you for your patience and regards,