The SSH uses the username of the PIX firewall and the current Telnet password.
When you see the period symbol ( . ), the PIX is generating server keys to use for encryption.
The PIX supports SSH version 1 with up to five connections.
The ca zeroize rsa command clears all RSA-generated keys from flash.
The ntp server command enables you to synchronize the PIX clock with an NTP server.
The reload command is used to reboot the PIX.
The logging host command allows syslog servers to receive system messages.
The logging trap command enables the log levels for syslog traps.