You can use authorized keys to log in to a host with SSH. You can upload authorized keys with HTTPS PUT.

Authorized keys allow you to authenticate remote access to a host. When users or scripts try to access a host with SSH, the key provides authentication without a password. With authorized keys you can automate authentication, which is useful when you write scripts to perform routine tasks.
You can upload the following types of SSH keys to a host using HTTPS PUT:
  • Authorized keys file for root user
  • DSA key
  • DSA public key
  • RSA key
  • RSA public key
Important: Do not modify the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file.


  1. In your upload application, open the key file.
  2. Publish the file to the following locations.
    Type of key Location
    Authorized key files for the root user https://hostname_or_IP_address/host/ssh_root_authorized_keys

    You must have full administrator privileges on the host to upload this file.

    DSA keys https://hostname_or_IP_address/host/ssh_host_dsa_key
    DSA public keys https://hostname_or_IP_address/host/ssh_host_dsa_key_pub
    RSA keys https://hostname_or_IP_address/host/ssh_host_rsa_key
    RSA public keys https://hostname_or_IP_address/host/ssh_host_rsa_key_pub