Is there an ssh-agent like option for ssh sessions?
I am upgrading/downgrading systems that require different ssh keys - is there a way to specify multiple keys to try when opening the session so the test can run against either version and not have to have the ssh keys updated between runs?
Actually it is mandatory to specify a key file to start a SSH session profile with SSHV2 authentication using public key. As your session requires different SSH key files, try by place all the files in a directory and in the session profile just give the directory path of the key files under "Key file:" field. Ex: file:/D:/KeyFiles/
Please use SSH2 Version in iTest SSH session profile, to specify multiple keys we can use iTest SSH2 preferences. Please goto "windows -> Preferences -> General -> Network Connections ->SSH2". ![alt text] : /storage/temp/3872-ssh2_preferences.jpg We can save multiple SSH Keys under one folder and browse it into SSH2 home. Also We can browse through multiple tabs present in this configuration options of SSH2. Please specify which operating system are you using. Hope this helps!