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10.6: Change remote ssh connections default
Authored by: solitario on Jul 28, '10 03:07:08PM

No, the default for SSH is determined by the configuration files ~/.ssh/config & /etc/ssh_config, with the per-user file having priority over the global file. You can override any option on the command line.

If the Protocol option isn't configured in any of these files nor specified on the command line (-1 or -2 switch) ssh will default to protocol version 2. This is also how Mac OS X is configured by default.

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