TKG/TCE – Quick Tip – How to SSH easily into your TKG/TCE Nodes using SSH Public Key Authentication

Hi!

Lately I’ve been playing around with TKG & TCE a bit. If you’ve deployed TKG/TCE Clusters yourself too, you know that at some point you needed to provide an SSH key-pair so you could easily access the TKG/TCE Nodes afterwards.

But how exactly?

You need to use the ‘capv‘ user and your SSH key as shown below:

ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa capv@<IP_ADDRESS_OF_TKG_TCE_NODE>

The -i option specifies your private key that you will use to authenticate against your TKG/TCE node.
And make sure to use the ‘capvuser when doing so.

An example can be found below:

Hope it helped!

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