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Resolve Remote Host Identification Issue


There may be a case, when we constanly get the following trouble ticket: @@@@@@@...WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED!
This possible cause is that:

  • OpenSSH keys changed.

  • OpenSSH reinstalled.

  • ethernet card reinstalled/changed.

  • network interface changed.

To fix this problem, please do the following:
1. log into the CP server under the cpanel user.
2. remove all the strings which contain the IP indicated in the message (as one that you failed to connect to with SSH) from the following two files:
a) ~cpanel/.ssh/known_hosts
b) ~cpanel/.ssh/known_hosts2
3. execute the following comand:
# ssh -l root IP (the one that RSA host key was changed for)
and agree to "Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?"
Then make sure that the cpanel user can log into the server without any passwords and prompts.
c) ~cpanel/.ssh/known_hosts2
4. execute the following comand:
# ssh -l root IP (the one that RSA host key was changed for)
and agree to "Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?"
Then make sure that the cpanel user can log into the server without any passwords and prompts.

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