So I'm running a private subnet where there is no internet connectivity, I understand the grave danger of running an ssh server on the internet without security.
In short I would like to be able to login to another machine on my subnet without entering a password or fumbling with rsa keys. So passwordless, but not passwordless in the traditional sense.
To complicate the matter, I boot over the network, and the mechanism I am using to do so (Warewulf) does not easily allow me to add rsa keys to the root user.
So I am looking for a way to disable all ssh security through the sshd_config and ssh_config files.