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  Re: OpenSSH Removes SSHv1 Support (mod 3/15)
by Bob Beck (184.70.180.51) (beck@openbsd.org) on Mon May 1 13:43:43 2017 (GMT)
  In all honesty, if you are using this still (as I am to access some old terminal services used for OOB serial access) - You already have to
have the device itself firewalled off from the universe by something modern (i.e. an OpenBSD box in front of it and a private network). At that point the solution is really simple. These devices all support telnet. Just use telnet.

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