I'm running sftp from machine alpha. Machine alpha's "authorized_keys" file contains machine beta's public key. Machine beta's public key has firstname.lastname@example.org
inname embedded at the end. Machine alpha only recognizes machine beta as it's IP Address, not by it's hostname.
Running sftp from alpha using email@example.com
works, whereas user@hostname and firstname.lastname@example.org
inname don't. So, I can do scripted gets logged on beta from alpha, but cannot do scripted puts logged on alpha to beta.
Is there a way to get ssh_keygen to generate a key that has user@IPAddress embedded in it rather than email@example.com
inname ? Or, is there another alternative to this hostname/IPAddress public key mismatch ?
Your prompt cooperation is greatly appreciated, Neil