# PODNAME: Config::Model::models::Sshd::MatchElement
# ABSTRACT:  Configuration class Sshd::MatchElement

=encoding utf8

=head1 NAME

Config::Model::models::Sshd::MatchElement - Configuration class Sshd::MatchElement

=head1 DESCRIPTION

Configuration classes used by L<Config::Model>

This configuration class was generated from sshd_system documentation.
by L<parse-man.pl|https://github.com/dod38fr/config-model-openssh/contrib/parse-man.pl>


=head1 Elements

=head2 AcceptEnv

Specifies what environment
variables sent by the client will be copied into the
session's L<environ(7)>. See B<SendEnv> and
B<SetEnv> in L<ssh_config(5)> for how to configure the
client. The TERM environment variable is always accepted
whenever the client requests a pseudo-terminal as it is
required by the protocol. Variables are specified by name,
which may contain the wildcard characters '*'
and '?'. Multiple environment variables may be
separated by whitespace or spread across multiple
B<AcceptEnv> directives. Be warned that some environment
variables could be used to bypass restricted user
environments. For this reason, care should be taken in the
use of this directive. The default is not to accept any
environment variables. I< Optional. Type list of uniline.  > 

=head2 AllowAgentForwarding

Specifies whether L<ssh-agent(1)>
forwarding is permitted. The default is B<yes>. Note
that disabling agent forwarding does not improve security
unless users are also denied shell access, as they can
always install their own forwarders. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

yes

=back



=head2 AllowGroups

This keyword can be followed by
a list of group name patterns, separated by spaces. If
specified, login is allowed only for users whose primary
group or supplementary group list matches one of the
patterns. Only group names are valid; a numerical group ID
is not recognized. By default, login is allowed for all
groups. The allow/deny groups directives are processed in
the following order: B<DenyGroups>,
B<AllowGroups>.

See PATTERNS in
L<ssh_config(5)> for more information on patterns. I< Optional. Type list of uniline.  > 

=head2 AllowStreamLocalForwarding

Specifies whether StreamLocal
(Unix-domain socket) forwarding is permitted. The available
options are B<yes> (the default) or B<all> to allow
StreamLocal forwarding, B<no> to prevent all StreamLocal
forwarding, B<local> to allow local (from the
perspective of L<ssh(1)>) forwarding only or B<remote> to
allow remote forwarding only. Note that disabling
StreamLocal forwarding does not improve security unless
users are also denied shell access, as they can always
install their own forwarders. I< Optional. Type enum. choice: 'yes', 'all', 'no', 'local', 'remote'.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

yes

=back



=head2 AllowTcpForwarding

Specifies whether TCP
forwarding is permitted. The available options are
B<yes> (the default) or B<all> to allow TCP
forwarding, B<no> to prevent all TCP forwarding,
B<local> to allow local (from the perspective of L<ssh(1)>)
forwarding only or B<remote> to allow remote forwarding
only. Note that disabling TCP forwarding does not improve
security unless users are also denied shell access, as they
can always install their own forwarders. I< Optional. Type enum. choice: 'yes', 'all', 'no', 'local', 'remote'.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

yes

=back



=head2 AllowUsers

This keyword can be followed by
a list of user name patterns, separated by spaces. If
specified, login is allowed only for user names that match
one of the patterns. Only user names are valid; a numerical
user ID is not recognized. By default, login is allowed for
all users. If the pattern takes the form USER@HOST then USER
and HOST are separately checked, restricting logins to
particular users from particular hosts. HOST criteria may
additionally contain addresses to match in CIDR
address/masklen format. The allow/deny users directives are
processed in the following order: B<DenyUsers>,
B<AllowUsers>.

See PATTERNS in
L<ssh_config(5)> for more information on patterns. I< Optional. Type list of uniline.  > 

=head2 AuthenticationMethods

Specifies the authentication
methods that must be successfully completed for a user to be
granted access. This option must be followed by one or more
lists of comma-separated authentication method names, or by
the single string B<any> to indicate the default
behaviour of accepting any single authentication method. If
the default is overridden, then successful authentication
requires completion of every method in at least one of these
lists.

For example,
"publickey, password
publickey, keyboard-interactive" would require the user
to complete public key authentication, followed by either
password or keyboard interactive authentication. Only
methods that are next in one or more lists are offered at
each stage, so for this example it would not be possible to
attempt password or keyboard-interactive authentication
before public key.

For keyboard
interactive authentication it is also possible to restrict
authentication to a specific device by appending a colon
followed by the device identifier B<bsdauth> or
B<pam>. depending on the server configuration. For
example, "keyboard-interactive:bsdauth" would
restrict keyboard interactive authentication to the
B<bsdauth> device.

If the
publickey method is listed more than once, L<sshd(8)> verifies
that keys that have been used successfully are not reused
for subsequent authentications. For example,
"publickey, publickey" requires successful
authentication using two different public keys.

Note that each
authentication method listed should also be explicitly
enabled in the configuration.

The available
authentication methods are: "gssapi-with-mic",
"hostbased", "keyboard-interactive",
"none" (used for access to password-less accounts
when B<PermitEmptyPasswords> is enabled),
"password" and "publickey". I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 AuthorizedKeysCommand

Specifies a program to be used
to look up the user's public keys. The program must be
owned by root, not writable by group or others and specified
by an absolute path. Arguments to
B<AuthorizedKeysCommand> accept the tokens described in
the I<TOKENS> section. If no arguments are specified
then the username of the target user is used.

The program
should produce on standard output zero or more lines of
authorized_keys output (see I<AUTHORIZED_KEYS> in
L<sshd(8)>). B<AuthorizedKeysCommand> is tried after the
usual B<AuthorizedKeysFile> files and will not be
executed if a matching key is found there. By default, no
B<AuthorizedKeysCommand> is run. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 AuthorizedKeysCommandUser

Specifies the user under whose
account the B<AuthorizedKeysCommand> is run. It is
recommended to use a dedicated user that has no other role
on the host than running authorized keys commands. If
B<AuthorizedKeysCommand> is specified but
B<AuthorizedKeysCommandUser> is not, then L<sshd(8)> will
refuse to start. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 AuthorizedKeysFile

Specifies the file that
contains the public keys used for user authentication. The
format is described in the AUTHORIZED_KEYS FILE FORMAT
section of L<sshd(8)>. Arguments to B<AuthorizedKeysFile>
accept the tokens described in the I<TOKENS> section.
After expansion, B<AuthorizedKeysFile> is taken to be an
absolute path or one relative to the user's home
directory. Multiple files may be listed, separated by
whitespace. Alternately this option may be set to
B<none> to skip checking for user keys in files. The
default is ".ssh/authorized_keys
.ssh/authorized_keys2". I< Optional. Type list of uniline.  > 

Note: AuthorizedKeysFile values are migrated from '- AuthorizedKeysFile2'

=head2 AuthorizedPrincipalsCommand

Specifies a program to be used
to generate the list of allowed certificate principals as
per B<AuthorizedPrincipalsFile>. The program must be
owned by root, not writable by group or others and specified
by an absolute path. Arguments to
B<AuthorizedPrincipalsCommand> accept the tokens
described in the I<TOKENS> section. If no arguments are
specified then the username of the target user is used.

The program
should produce on standard output zero or more lines of
B<AuthorizedPrincipalsFile> output. If either
B<AuthorizedPrincipalsCommand> or
B<AuthorizedPrincipalsFile> is specified, then
certificates offered by the client for authentication must
contain a principal that is listed. By default, no
B<AuthorizedPrincipalsCommand> is run. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 AuthorizedPrincipalsCommandUser

Specifies the user under whose
account the B<AuthorizedPrincipalsCommand> is run. It is
recommended to use a dedicated user that has no other role
on the host than running authorized principals commands. If
B<AuthorizedPrincipalsCommand> is specified but
B<AuthorizedPrincipalsCommandUser> is not, then L<sshd(8)>
will refuse to start. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 AuthorizedPrincipalsFile

Specifies a file that lists
principal names that are accepted for certificate
authentication. When using certificates signed by a key
listed in B<TrustedUserCAKeys>, this file lists names,
one of which must appear in the certificate for it to be
accepted for authentication. Names are listed one per line
preceded by key options (as described in I<AUTHORIZED_KEYS
FILE FORMAT> in L<sshd(8)>). Empty lines and comments
starting with '#' are ignored.

Arguments to
B<AuthorizedPrincipalsFile> accept the tokens described
in the I<TOKENS> section. After expansion,
B<AuthorizedPrincipalsFile> is taken to be an absolute
path or one relative to the user's home directory. The
default is B<none>, i.e. not to use a principals file
– in this case, the username of the user must appear
in a certificate's principals list for it to be
accepted.

Note that
B<AuthorizedPrincipalsFile> is only used when
authentication proceeds using a CA listed in
B<TrustedUserCAKeys> and is not consulted for
certification authorities trusted via
I<~/.ssh/authorized_keys>, though the B<principals=>
key option offers a similar facility (see L<sshd(8)> for
details). I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

none

=back



=head2 Banner

The contents of
the specified file are sent to the remote user before
authentication is allowed. If the argument is B<none>
then no banner is displayed. By default, no banner is
displayed. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 ChrootDirectory

Specifies the pathname of a
directory to L<chroot(2)> to after authentication. At session
startup L<sshd(8)> checks that all components of the pathname
are root-owned directories which are not writable by any
other user or group. After the chroot, L<sshd(8)> changes the
working directory to the user's home directory.
Arguments to B<ChrootDirectory> accept the tokens
described in the I<TOKENS> section.

The
B<ChrootDirectory> must contain the necessary files and
directories to support the user's session. For an
interactive session this requires at least a shell,
typically L<sh(1)>, and basic I</dev> nodes such as
L<null(4)>, L<zero(4)>, L<stdin(4)>, L<stdout(4)>, L<stderr(4)>, and L<tty(4)>
devices. For file transfer sessions using SFTP no additional
configuration of the environment is necessary if the
in-process sftp-server is used, though sessions which use
logging may require I</dev/log> inside the chroot
directory on some operating systems (see L<sftp-server(8)> for
details).

For safety, it
is very important that the directory hierarchy be prevented
from modification by other processes on the system
(especially those outside the jail). Misconfiguration can
lead to unsafe environments which L<sshd(8)> cannot detect.

The default is
B<none>, indicating not to L<chroot(2)>. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

none

=back



=head2 ClientAliveCountMax

Sets the number of client alive
messages which may be sent without L<sshd(8)> receiving any
messages back from the client. If this threshold is reached
while client alive messages are being sent, sshd will
disconnect the client, terminating the session. It is
important to note that the use of client alive messages is
very different from B<TCPKeepAlive>. The client alive
messages are sent through the encrypted channel and
therefore will not be spoofable. The TCP keepalive option
enabled by B<TCPKeepAlive> is spoofable. The client
alive mechanism is valuable when the client or server depend
on knowing when a connection has become unresponsive.

The default
value is 3. If B<ClientAliveInterval> is set to 15, and
B<ClientAliveCountMax> is left at the default,
unresponsive SSH clients will be disconnected after
approximately 45 seconds. Setting a zero
B<ClientAliveCountMax> disables connection
termination. I< Optional. Type integer.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

3

=back



=head2 ClientAliveInterval

Sets a timeout interval in
seconds after which if no data has been received from the
client, L<sshd(8)> will send a message through the encrypted
channel to request a response from the client. The default
is 0, indicating that these messages will not be sent to the
client. I< Optional. Type integer.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

0

=back



=head2 DenyGroups

This keyword can be followed by
a list of group name patterns, separated by spaces. Login is
disallowed for users whose primary group or supplementary
group list matches one of the patterns. Only group names are
valid; a numerical group ID is not recognized. By default,
login is allowed for all groups. The allow/deny groups
directives are processed in the following order:
B<DenyGroups>, B<AllowGroups>.

See PATTERNS in
L<ssh_config(5)> for more information on patterns. I< Optional. Type list of uniline.  > 

=head2 DenyUsers

This keyword can be followed by
a list of user name patterns, separated by spaces. Login is
disallowed for user names that match one of the patterns.
Only user names are valid; a numerical user ID is not
recognized. By default, login is allowed for all users. If
the pattern takes the form USER@HOST then USER and HOST are
separately checked, restricting logins to particular users
from particular hosts. HOST criteria may additionally
contain addresses to match in CIDR address/masklen format.
The allow/deny users directives are processed in the
following order: B<DenyUsers>, B<AllowUsers>.

See PATTERNS in
L<ssh_config(5)> for more information on patterns. I< Optional. Type list of uniline.  > 

=head2 DisableForwarding

Disables all forwarding
features, including X11, L<ssh-agent(1)>, TCP and StreamLocal.
This option overrides all other forwarding-related options
and may simplify restricted configurations. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 ForceCommand

Forces the execution of the
command specified by B<ForceCommand>, ignoring any
command supplied by the client and I<~/.ssh/rc> if
present. The command is invoked by using the user's
login shell with the -c option. This applies to shell,
command, or subsystem execution. It is most useful inside a
B<Match> block. The command originally supplied by the
client is available in the SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND environment
variable. Specifying a command of B<internal-sftp> will
force the use of an in-process SFTP server that requires no
support files when used with B<ChrootDirectory>. The
default is B<none>. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

none

=back



=head2 GatewayPorts

Specifies whether remote hosts
are allowed to connect to ports forwarded for the client. By
default, L<sshd(8)> binds remote port forwardings to the
loopback address. This prevents other remote hosts from
connecting to forwarded ports. B<GatewayPorts> can be
used to specify that sshd should allow remote port
forwardings to bind to non-loopback addresses, thus allowing
other hosts to connect. The argument may be B<no> to
force remote port forwardings to be available to the local
host only, B<yes> to force remote port forwardings to
bind to the wildcard address, or B<clientspecified> to
allow the client to select the address to which the
forwarding is bound. The default is B<no>. I< Optional. Type enum. choice: 'no', 'yes', 'clientspecified'.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

no

=back



=head2 GSSAPIAuthentication

Specifies whether user
authentication based on GSSAPI is allowed. The default is
B<no>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

no

=back



=head2 HostbasedAcceptedAlgorithms

Specifies the signature
algorithms that will be accepted for hostbased
authentication as a list of comma-separated patterns.
Alternately if the specified list begins with a
'+' character, then the specified signature
algorithms will be appended to the default set instead of
replacing them. If the specified list begins with a
'-' character, then the specified signature
algorithms (including wildcards) will be removed from the
default set instead of replacing them. If the specified list
begins with a '^' character, then the specified
signature algorithms will be placed at the head of the
default set. The default for this option is:

ssh-ed25519-cert-v01@openssh.com,
ecdsa-sha2-nistp256-cert-v01@openssh.com,
ecdsa-sha2-nistp384-cert-v01@openssh.com,
ecdsa-sha2-nistp521-cert-v01@openssh.com,
sk-ssh-ed25519-cert-v01@openssh.com,
sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256-cert-v01@openssh.com,
rsa-sha2-512-cert-v01@openssh.com,
rsa-sha2-256-cert-v01@openssh.com,
ssh-rsa-cert-v01@openssh.com,
ssh-ed25519,
ecdsa-sha2-nistp256, ecdsa-sha2-nistp384, ecdsa-sha2-nistp521,
sk-ssh-ed25519@openssh.com,
sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256@openssh.com,
rsa-sha2-512, rsa-sha2-256, ssh-rsa

The list of
available signature algorithms may also be obtained using
"ssh -Q HostbasedAcceptedAlgorithms". This was
formerly named HostbasedAcceptedKeyTypes. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 HostbasedAuthentication

Specifies whether rhosts or
/etc/hosts.equiv authentication together with successful
public key client host authentication is allowed (host-based
authentication). The default is B<no>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

no

=back



=head2 HostbasedUsesNameFromPacketOnly

Specifies whether or not the
server will attempt to perform a reverse name lookup when
matching the name in the I<~/.shosts>, I<~/.rhosts>,
and I</etc/hosts.equiv> files during
B<HostbasedAuthentication>. A setting of B<yes>
means that L<sshd(8)> uses the name supplied by the client
rather than attempting to resolve the name from the TCP
connection itself. The default is B<no>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

no

=back



=head2 IgnoreRhosts

Specifies whether to ignore
per-user I<.rhosts> and I<.shosts> files during
B<HostbasedAuthentication>. The system-wide
I</etc/hosts.equiv> and I</etc/ssh/shosts.equiv> are
still used regardless of this setting.

Accepted values
are B<yes> (the default) to ignore all per-user files,
B<shosts-only> to allow the use of I<.shosts> but to
ignore I<.rhosts> or B<no> to allow both
I<.shosts> and I<rhosts>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

yes

=back



=head2 Include

Include the specified
configuration file(s). Multiple pathnames may be specified
and each pathname may contain L<glob(7)> wildcards that will be
expanded and processed in lexical order. Files without
absolute paths are assumed to be in I</etc/ssh>. An
B<Include> directive may appear inside a B<Match>
block to perform conditional inclusion. I< Optional. Type list of uniline.  > 

=head2 IPQoS

Specifies the
IPv4 type-of-service or DSCP class for the connection.
Accepted values are B<af11>, B<af12>, B<af13>,
B<af21>, B<af22>, B<af23>, B<af31>,
B<af32>, B<af33>, B<af41>, B<af42>,
B<af43>, B<cs0>, B<cs1>, B<cs2>, B<cs3>,
B<cs4>, B<cs5>, B<cs6>, B<cs7>, B<ef>,
B<le>, B<lowdelay>, B<throughput>,
B<reliability>, a numeric value, or B<none> to use
the operating system default. This option may take one or
two arguments, separated by whitespace. If one argument is
specified, it is used as the packet class unconditionally.
If two values are specified, the first is automatically
selected for interactive sessions and the second for
non-interactive sessions. The default is B<lowdelay> for
interactive sessions and B<throughput> for
non-interactive sessions. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

af21 cs1

=back



=head2 KbdInteractiveAuthentication

Specifies whether to allow
keyboard-interactive authentication. The default is
B<yes>. The argument to this keyword must be B<yes>
or B<no>. B<ChallengeResponseAuthentication> is a
deprecated alias for this. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

yes

=back



Note: KbdInteractiveAuthentication is migrated with 'C<$old>' and with: 

=over

=item *

C<$old> => C<- ChallengeResponseAuthentication>

=back



=head2 KerberosAuthentication

Specifies whether the password
provided by the user for B<PasswordAuthentication> will
be validated through the Kerberos KDC. To use this option,
the server needs a Kerberos servtab which allows the
verification of the KDC's identity. The default is
B<no>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

no

=back



=head2 LogLevel

Gives the verbosity level that
is used when logging messages from L<sshd(8)>. The possible
values are: QUIET, FATAL, ERROR, INFO, VERBOSE, DEBUG,
DEBUG1, DEBUG2, and DEBUG3. The default is INFO. DEBUG and
DEBUG1 are equivalent. DEBUG2 and DEBUG3 each specify higher
levels of debugging output. Logging with a DEBUG level
violates the privacy of users and is not recommended. I< Optional. Type enum. choice: 'QUIET', 'FATAL', 'ERROR', 'INFO', 'VERBOSE', 'DEBUG', 'DEBUG1', 'DEBUG2', 'DEBUG3'.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

INFO

=back



=head2 MaxAuthTries

Specifies the maximum number of
authentication attempts permitted per connection. Once the
number of failures reaches half this value, additional
failures are logged. The default is 6. I< Optional. Type integer.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

6

=back



=head2 MaxSessions

Specifies the maximum number of
open shell, login or subsystem (e.g. sftp) sessions
permitted per network connection. Multiple sessions may be
established by clients that support connection multiplexing.
Setting B<MaxSessions> to 1 will effectively disable
session multiplexing, whereas setting it to 0 will prevent
all shell, login and subsystem sessions while still
permitting forwarding. The default is 10. I< Optional. Type integer.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

10

=back



=head2 PasswordAuthentication

Specifies whether password
authentication is allowed. The default is B<yes>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

yes

=back



=head2 PermitEmptyPasswords

When password authentication is
allowed, it specifies whether the server allows login to
accounts with empty password strings. The default is
B<no>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

no

=back



=head2 PermitListen

Specifies the addresses/ports
on which a remote TCP port forwarding may listen. The listen
specification must be one of the following forms:

B<PermitListen>I<port> B<
PermitListen> I<host>:I<port>

Multiple
permissions may be specified by separating them with
whitespace. An argument of B<any> can be used to remove
all restrictions and permit any listen requests. An argument
of B<none> can be used to prohibit all listen requests.
The host name may contain wildcards as described in the
PATTERNS section in L<ssh_config(5)>. The wildcard
'*' can also be used in place of a port number
to allow all ports. By default all port forwarding listen
requests are permitted. Note that the B<GatewayPorts>
option may further restrict which addresses may be listened
on. Note also that L<ssh(1)> will request a listen host of
B<localhost> if no listen host was specifically
requested, and this name is treated differently to explicit
localhost addresses of “127.0.0.1” and
“::1”. I< Optional. Type list of uniline.  > 

=head2 PermitOpen

Specifies the destinations to
which TCP port forwarding is permitted. The forwarding
specification must be one of the following forms:

B<PermitOpen>I<host>:I<port> B<
PermitOpen> I<IPv4_addr>:I<port> B<
PermitOpen> I<[IPv6_addr]>:I<port>

Multiple
forwards may be specified by separating them with
whitespace. An argument of B<any> can be used to remove
all restrictions and permit any forwarding requests. An
argument of B<none> can be used to prohibit all
forwarding requests. The wildcard '*' can be
used for host or port to allow all hosts or ports
respectively. Otherwise, no pattern matching or address
lookups are performed on supplied names. By default all port
forwarding requests are permitted. I< Optional. Type list of uniline.  > 

=head2 PermitRootLogin

Specifies whether root can log
in using L<ssh(1)>. The argument must be B<yes>,
B<prohibit-password>, B<forced-commands-only>, or
B<no>. The default is B<prohibit-password>.

If this option
is set to B<prohibit-password> (or its deprecated alias,
B<without-password>), password and keyboard-interactive
authentication are disabled for root.

If this option
is set to B<forced-commands-only>, root login with
public key authentication will be allowed, but only if the
I<command> option has been specified (which may be
useful for taking remote backups even if root login is
normally not allowed). All other authentication methods are
disabled for root.

If this option
is set to B<no>, root is not allowed to log in. I< Optional. Type enum. choice: 'yes', 'prohibit-password', 'forced-commands-only', 'no'.  > 

=head2 PermitTTY

Specifies whether L<pty(4)>
allocation is permitted. The default is B<yes>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

yes

=back



=head2 PermitTunnel

Specifies whether L<tun(4)> device
forwarding is allowed. The argument must be B<yes>,
B<point-to-point> (layer 3), B<ethernet> (layer 2),
or B<no>. Specifying B<yes> permits both
B<point-to-point> and B<ethernet>. The default is
B<no>.

Independent of
this setting, the permissions of the selected L<tun(4)> device
must allow access to the user. I< Optional. Type enum. choice: 'yes', 'point-to-point', 'ethernet', 'no'.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

no

=back



=head2 PermitUserRC

Specifies whether any
I<~/.ssh/rc> file is executed. The default is
B<yes>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

yes

=back



=head2 PubkeyAcceptedAlgorithms

Specifies the signature
algorithms that will be accepted for public key
authentication as a list of comma-separated patterns.
Alternately if the specified list begins with a
'+' character, then the specified algorithms
will be appended to the default set instead of replacing
them. If the specified list begins with a '-'
character, then the specified algorithms (including
wildcards) will be removed from the default set instead of
replacing them. If the specified list begins with a
'^' character, then the specified algorithms
will be placed at the head of the default set. The default
for this option is:

ssh-ed25519-cert-v01@openssh.com,
ecdsa-sha2-nistp256-cert-v01@openssh.com,
ecdsa-sha2-nistp384-cert-v01@openssh.com,
ecdsa-sha2-nistp521-cert-v01@openssh.com,
sk-ssh-ed25519-cert-v01@openssh.com,
sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256-cert-v01@openssh.com,
rsa-sha2-512-cert-v01@openssh.com,
rsa-sha2-256-cert-v01@openssh.com,
ssh-rsa-cert-v01@openssh.com,
ssh-ed25519,
ecdsa-sha2-nistp256, ecdsa-sha2-nistp384, ecdsa-sha2-nistp521,
sk-ssh-ed25519@openssh.com,
sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256@openssh.com,
rsa-sha2-512, rsa-sha2-256, ssh-rsa

The list of
available signature algorithms may also be obtained using
"ssh -Q PubkeyAcceptedAlgorithms". I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 PubkeyAuthentication

Specifies whether public key
authentication is allowed. The default is B<yes>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

yes

=back



=head2 RekeyLimit

Specifies the maximum amount of
data that may be transmitted before the session key is
renegotiated, optionally followed by a maximum amount of
time that may pass before the session key is renegotiated.
The first argument is specified in bytes and may have a
suffix of 'K', 'M', or
'G' to indicate Kilobytes, Megabytes, or
Gigabytes, respectively. The default is between
'1G' and '4G', depending on the
cipher. The optional second value is specified in seconds
and may use any of the units documented in the I<TIME
FORMATS> section. The default value for B<RekeyLimit>
is B<default none>, which means that rekeying is
performed after the cipher's default amount of data
has been sent or received and no time based rekeying is
done. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 RevokedKeys

Specifies revoked public keys
file, or B<none> to not use one. Keys listed in this
file will be refused for public key authentication. Note
that if this file is not readable, then public key
authentication will be refused for all users. Keys may be
specified as a text file, listing one public key per line,
or as an OpenSSH Key Revocation List (KRL) as generated by
L<ssh-keygen(1)>. For more information on KRLs, see the KEY
REVOCATION LISTS section in L<ssh-keygen(1)>. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 SetEnv

Specifies one
or more environment variables to set in child sessions
started by L<sshd(8)> as “NAME=VALUE”. The
environment value may be quoted (e.g. if it contains
whitespace characters). Environment variables set by
B<SetEnv> override the default environment and any
variables specified by the user via B<AcceptEnv> or
B<PermitUserEnvironment>. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 StreamLocalBindMask

Sets the octal file creation
mode mask (umask) used when creating a Unix-domain socket
file for local or remote port forwarding. This option is
only used for port forwarding to a Unix-domain socket
file.

The default
value is 0177, which creates a Unix-domain socket file that
is readable and writable only by the owner. Note that not
all operating systems honor the file mode on Unix-domain
socket files. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 StreamLocalBindUnlink

Specifies whether to remove an
existing Unix-domain socket file for local or remote port
forwarding before creating a new one. If the socket file
already exists and B<StreamLocalBindUnlink> is not
enabled, B<sshd> will be unable to forward the port to
the Unix-domain socket file. This option is only used for
port forwarding to a Unix-domain socket file.

The argument
must be B<yes> or B<no>. The default is
B<no>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

no

=back



=head2 TrustedUserCAKeys

Specifies a file containing
public keys of certificate authorities that are trusted to
sign user certificates for authentication, or B<none> to
not use one. Keys are listed one per line; empty lines and
comments starting with '#' are allowed. If a
certificate is presented for authentication and has its
signing CA key listed in this file, then it may be used for
authentication for any user listed in the
certificate's principals list. Note that certificates
that lack a list of principals will not be permitted for
authentication using B<TrustedUserCAKeys>. For more
details on certificates, see the CERTIFICATES section in
L<ssh-keygen(1)>. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 X11DisplayOffset

Specifies the first display
number available for L<sshd(8)>'s X11 forwarding. This
prevents sshd from interfering with real X11 servers. The
default is 10. I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 X11Forwarding

Specifies whether X11
forwarding is permitted. The argument must be B<yes> or
B<no>. The default is B<no>.

When X11
forwarding is enabled, there may be additional exposure to
the server and to client displays if the L<sshd(8)> proxy
display is configured to listen on the wildcard address (see
B<X11UseLocalhost>), though this is not the default.
Additionally, the authentication spoofing and authentication
data verification and substitution occur on the client side.
The security risk of using X11 forwarding is that the
client's X11 display server may be exposed to attack
when the SSH client requests forwarding (see the warnings
for B<ForwardX11> in L<ssh_config(5)>). A system
administrator may have a stance in which they want to
protect clients that may expose themselves to attack by
unwittingly requesting X11 forwarding, which can warrant a
B<no> setting.

Note that
disabling X11 forwarding does not prevent users from
forwarding X11 traffic, as users can always install their
own forwarders. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

no

=back



=head2 X11UseLocalhost

Specifies whether L<sshd(8)>
should bind the X11 forwarding server to the loopback
address or to the wildcard address. By default, sshd binds
the forwarding server to the loopback address and sets the
hostname part of the DISPLAY environment variable to
B<localhost>. This prevents remote hosts from connecting
to the proxy display. However, some older X11 clients may
not function with this configuration. B<X11UseLocalhost>
may be set to B<no> to specify that the forwarding
server should be bound to the wildcard address. The argument
must be B<yes> or B<no>. The default is
B<yes>. I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=over 4

=item upstream_default value :

yes

=back



=head2 AuthorizedKeysFile2

This parameter is now ignored by Ssh. B<Deprecated> I< Optional. Type list of uniline.  > 

=head2 ChallengeResponseAuthentication

B<Deprecated> I< Optional. Type boolean.  > 

=head2 KeyRegenerationInterval

B<Deprecated> I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 Protocol

B<Deprecated> I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 RDomain

B<Deprecated> I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 RSAAuthentication

B<Deprecated> I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 RhostsRSAAuthentication

B<Deprecated> I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head2 UsePrivilegeSeparation

B<Deprecated> I< Optional. Type uniline.  > 

=head1 SEE ALSO

=over

=item *

L<cme>

=back

=head1 LICENSE

=over

=item LGPL2


=back

=cut