Re: ssh without encryption (authentication only)?
- From: "Val Baranov" <val.baranov@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2007 08:46:47 -0400
Use High Performance SSH/SCP - HPN-SSH - see http://www.psc.edu/networking/projects/hpn-ssh/ for the details.
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09/28/2007 10:51 AM
"Peter Daum" <gator_ml@xxxxxxxx>
Re: ssh without encryption (authentification only)?
You want a "null cipher" for the data transport after authentication.
My understanding is that this is possible, but you need to recompile
On 9/27/07, Peter Daum <gator_ml@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
... maybe a little heretic: is there any way to tell ssh to forward data
without any encryption. (or using some very "light" cipher)?
I am experimenting with a central backup server that will get data from
many hosts at the same time via rsync+ssh.
While I am very concerned about access control (thus ssh/public key
authentification), the data is transfered over a network that can't
easily be eavesdropped, so the data encryption would be expendable.
After doing some tests, it looks like the additional CPU load caused
by data encryption might be too much ...
P.S.: I had posted this question before; as I just noticed,
it was rejected with the comment
"Please tell the list which version and vendor of SSH you are using"
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