GreenArrow Documentation

SSH Access

To install and support GreenArrow Engine, GreenArrow will need to be able to SSH into the server either as the root user, or a user who’s able to use sudo or su to obtain root level privileges. The information that GreenArrow will need to do this includes the server’s IP address or hostname, the username, and possibly the password.

If instead of sharing a password, you’d like to provide access by installing the public keys used by GreenArrow’s technical staff, those keys are listed below. These keys would typically be placed in the /root/.ssh/authorized_keys file:

############## BEGIN GreenArrow / GREENARROW SUPPORT KEYS #####################
## vpn.drh.net
from="64.21.76.5,70.47.67.42" ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEA1p/BYYSyF3lyKSH0QNaCaaLJaOa53v9nLZLEP4CMoNxNxJydO0nVEPAUoIRRXdMZX0klOunIooSE9XbJYZsBv3YQQ2M5DG6Ti0FLZuDqRl1bJRkPjPFKh4EkdzCHEHJnTronXtCSI4+C2dKNU2jzOexACz7eGjJiDtf9tIwOnmXViHO4OO986HO4On/Bjean465JiQt5smUZlPxYKKM9f4NzhhrP8Jiacc6y0ARGcWOEH/HcT29SflIIzc8G7fNM9FOpLIoCK3fFFCqatkgSpMkoWZb+r7g51RWQDg8REvsiFQFfiJ/SItgRsQyw4EZUvaWdZteUM4SqQX3dMQYm/w== [email protected]
## David @ GreenArrow
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEAr9/dvsrcnIqMKxNl+350rAzSALRNlbTKjyxDs+BUGYSQpwQSB1Lp2gOU88e1gsqoMhsH2GZG4+TA1fPIQxPoJ2C8zq62+0w/QYz+WTcMltbvuFs6FqY1OPrn92XNSkYfaInnm/BWxAx9S9FgWeOVWVa8LB3gl3AXMO21humOTcnGMc1CgeYsAe2DNWmOz8li+xuiP30HzZ0XWMtTBX7pn2q3Guv6qaNPHqrpbahJcINOgMKozj1hhmyKVsWW1+3wBGcEKA+aYYrAyU11toBwB9JSAOFshD/6wXvuSE9ay9yo5BTSn893S3Fmsi0moqUG9BC4SpnwwKZdZgUON71gFQ== [email protected] 
## Matt @ GreenArrow
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEAuyUf0mwj/OR3oqy2fx7jDTcuxQyW27OPpA8ZBTomhTzboDm42VBpmVFE3Vsfm79bJ10RgDIgW8oHQl5AKHGUWRSSUJIVYL9ZJukNpkLxwVlzbyctHmljGiYE46cJt2UQ+j2jcJmsq91iuUvt8oLAJuOYyc1iWLCLqtnwHs+eDHu/eFfW9hj0Ho7RWYGLIp/T2xMPxU0rmnEFWVL1Ffkj5y4+Cit/ZirFC67KqblOaat6kSsqzEeawjUqHoN/FNeeB7KVBAsRS6GsfE6U67aPM8HapI95q1ZMWrHZs70SwNM0zA9VRH2ch1Nx6hLpsvyrJm/EGwbsrT1DjWXYlFIoTw== [email protected]
############## END GreenArrow / GREENARROW SUPPORT KEYS #######################

If GreenArrow Is providing Managed Backups, then you should also authorize the backups.drh.net server to login as root:

## backups.drh.net
from="104.196.149.69" ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEA2QUN4+xuBrWnA1r+8SKGzw1dwqfC2/dCHAs9PABxj1FyRGMnPEQPbQGKASPSqHMeY7zsJqaA026jxJeyYlvZ10zxYoS+DQFYcUuupxNOWT4weUR8XC6/GkQHQvOtnINrEj/Rw2NcmomjoBJ37eRmAxIW5yZ1QS5CgR/QoWWN+PYVyybho+3ARhzlTW23AU0wyVa1OWmG2nE61NAxwvkaT0Zaz3+qyYLOKFTCb7mdiOg74kcBheAGrn3vTpHRCDbcqrmIjRDmm9ZW73rbx3Y/7YaBSG5BtSW+0xYEWVUMiubu0gWvNoI6aqO3TQ+qMfiNxli3by39wS1SvCod3DVNWQ== [email protected]

If you’d like to restrict incoming SSH connections to specific IP addresses, the Firewall Configuration page lists IPs that we connect from.