netauth entity key

Manage keys on an entity

Synopsis

The keys command manages the keys that are stored directly on an entity. Since the metadata for entities is public it is important to only ever store public keys on the entity. Most commonly this feature would be used to store SSH keys that should be trusted across the network.

The default key type is always SSH, and keys are matched exactly. It can be useful to copy and paste a key from the list output to remove it.

netauth entity key [flags]

Examples

$ netauth entity key add SSH "ssh-rsa this-is-too-short-but-whatever root@everywhere"
$ netauth entity key list
Type: SSH; Key: ssh-rsa this-is-too-short-but-whatever root@everywhere
$ netauth entity key del "ssh-rsa this-is-too-short-but-whatever root@everywhere"
$ netauth entity key list

Options

      --entityID string   Entity to change keys for (omit for request entity)
  -h, --help              help for key

Options inherited from parent commands

      --config string   Use an alternate config file
      --entity string   Specify a non-default entity to make requests as
      --secret string   Specify the request secret on the command line

SEE ALSO

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