I have created a user and trying trying to SSH with the user token, I’m getting 403 error.
root@Predator:~# boundary connect ssh -target-id ttcp_1234567890
Error from controller when performing authorize-session against target:
Is there anything I’m missing ?
ttcp_1234567890 is the initial target referring to localhost port 22. In your
boundary connect-command where is your user defined?
boundary connect ssh -target-id ttcp_1234567890 -username <your created user>
Because it’s a ssh connection to localhost, is your configuration accepting a connection from this new user?
Even I got the same error, but this happens when a new user is added. Is there any way we can enable a detailed error log for what happening.
boundary sessions list -scope-id <your scope id>
Grap the session id and try
boundary sessions read -id <session id>
Maybe there will be some helpful output.
@Wolfsrudel Thanks, I was able to solve it. Looks like a config problem