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SSH Version on Solaris

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How do I get the ssh version of my solaris bos?

What is the command?
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ssh -v

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Even if the -V option is not supported the first line of the error output will give the ssh version number.
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Also depends if you are talking about the ssh client or server versions.

For client

ssh -V

will give you the info.

For ssh server

/usr/lib/ssh/sshd -?

Note that the above assumes you have the Solaris supplied version of ssh, otherwise it maybe in /usr/local/sbin or similar location.

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I think I did not specify exactly on the one that I want :)

I need to know the version of the opnessh that is currently installed on the Server.  Doing ssh -V will only show the below information.

Sun_SSH_1.1, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, OpenSSL 0x0090704f
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