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Thanks for the Awesome Videos, Channel & Community!
I have watched the videos on SSH config and troubleshooting…
Just One Question (Brief Background Explanation):
I am considering “re-doing” my SSH setup between 2 of my physical machines (I am “root”). I understand about deleting the SSH keys and “known_hosts” on the “Client”-side, and the “Authorized_Keys” file on the “Host”-side (machine I am logging into).
Here’s my Question:
Should I also delete the “host keys” on the “Client”-side, which are stored in “/etc/ssh/” ? For example:
ssh_host_ecdsa_key.pub ssh_host_ed25519_key.pub ssh_host_rsa_key.pub ssh_host_ecdsa_key ssh_host_ed25519_key ssh_host_rsa_key
I basically want to start completely over, this time using the more secure/informative id_ed25519 type.
For “cleanliness” and “readability”, is it a good idea to also delete the host keys in /etc/ssh ? (on Client side-- see files listed above in “code” section).
Would greatly appreciate advice on this matter!