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How to stop the API Gateway using SSH_ALLOWED_USERS

Question asked by Breandan on Mar 22, 2018
Latest reply on Mar 22, 2018 by Breandan

We're running a deployment with a large number of API Gateways, and we are using PAM to remotely/centrally control which users can access the API Gateways. So rather than having to go on to individual API Gateways, we can control what users have logon access remotely.


The access control we've installed is working, but we also have to manually edit the "/etc/ssh/ssh_allowed_users" file and add the users names in to there as well. What I want to do is to find and remove the configuration that tells the SSH to use its own access list, but I can't find an option in the "/etc/ssh/sshd_config" and I can't find any example online that deals with a "ssh_allowed_users" file.


Is there a way to stop using "ssh_allowed_users"?