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Didnt work for me!

  • By Raj
  • on 08/14/2023

I tried different AMIs but the SSH did not work in any of them., kept getting error "Permission denied (publickey)."

  • By cloudmarketplace_support
  • on 08/31/2023

Thank you for considering and deploying A10 Thunder ADC. The "Permission denied (publickey)" error is generally due to incorrect permissions for the private key file that's being used with the ssh command. The following command can be used to fix the permissions: chmod 400 <keyfile>.pem With correct permissions and assuming that port 22 has already been enabled for inbound access, ssh into the instance (username is "admin" and not "root") should work. ssh -i <keyfile>.pem admin@<instance-ip> For more information on connecting to and configuring A10 Thunder ADC, please see the "Installing A10 Thunder ADC on AWS" link in the Learn More section of the product listing. You can also reach out to the support using the email provided in the listing.