You can import SSH keys that have been generated through Unix-based shells such as BASH (Bourne Again Shell).
You can create SSH keys using the
Before you can import an SSH key-value pair, ensure that you have created the SSH key to import. Refer to the section “Create SSH Key-Value Pair” for information about creating the SSH key. You must be a self-service user or an administrator to perform this operation.
To import an SSH key-value pair, follow the steps given below.
- Log in to Clarity.
- Click Access and Security in the left panel.
- Click Import Key Pair seen on the top right corner in the SSH tab. If no key-value pairs have been created, you can click Create New Key.
- Enter the key pair name.
- Open the cloud-key.pub file for the key by using the vi editor or any other Linux-based editor.
- Copy the contents of the cloud-key.pub and paste them into the public key content field.
- Click Import.
An SSH key-value pair is created successfully.
The SSH key-value pair can be associated with an environment for secure communication between the resources in the environment.