I need to get agent-forwarding working.
– a local OpenSUSE 42.1 box, where my key(s) reside (ssh agent running and working)
– a remote FreeBSD 10.3 box, where I can login with my key (works)
– from the FreeBSD box, I need to get to a CentOS 7 box (without entering a password – does not work)
On the FreeBSD box, I can see my keys, when I type ssh-add -l
I’ve enabled SSH agent forwarding locally and on the FreeBSD server (in sshd and SSH config). I’ve enabled SSH agent forwarding on the CentOS server
[root@CentOS7-server ~]# grep Agent /etc/ssh/sshd_config AllowAgentForwarding yes
My public key resides in the authorized_key file on the CentOS server.
Still, I get a password-prompt.
(I’ve disabled SELinux).
I admit I never use agent-forwarding (I just don’t need it).
I set a password on the account and when I enter that password, I can login. So, it shouldn’t a problem with the account per-se.