Battle of the SSH protocols: SSHv1 v SSHv2

Wednesday, 21 November 2007, 4:29 PM EST

Telnet has been eclipsed by two feature-laden Secure Shell protocols. But which one is best?

Many network administrators have stopped using Telnet for switch management in favor of the more secure Secure Shell (SSH) protocol. But there are two versions of SSH. Which one is best?

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