When trying to access a Cisco VM router in a GNS3 environment I'm getting the error:
SSH protocol v.1 is no longer supported when I'm using the command
sshpass -p Cisco ssh Cisco@192.168.224.7 -1.
I think I can edit
/etc/ssh/ssh_config to allow this but unsure of the option to do so. Is there either way to force ssh version 1?
This is just a lab, yes it's insecure, I don't care. I want to force this to make something I'm doing easier. Is there an ssh program in Linux that does just this or can I edit the configuration file to force to allow version 1?
Also, this is a Ubuntu VM that I'm using to try to ssh into this Cisco VM router, its actually WSL v2.