Device > Certificate Management > SSH Service Profile
Configure an SSH service profile to specify the cipher,
key exchange, and message authentication code algorithms to use
for SSH server connections.
SSH service profiles enable you to restrict the cipher,
key exchange, and message authentication code algorithms that encrypt
and protect the integrity of your data. Specifically, these profiles
strengthen data protection during SSH sessions between your command
line interface (CLI) and the management connections and high availability
(HA) appliances on your network. You can also generate a new SSH
host key and specify the thresholds (data volume, time interval,
and packet count) that initiate an SSH rekey.