step ssh renew

Name

step ssh renew -- renew a SSH certificate using the SSH CA

Usage

step ssh renew <ssh-cert> <ssh-key> [--out=<file>]
[--issuer=<name>] [--password-file=<file>] [--force] [--offline]
[--ca-config=<file>] [--ca-url=<uri>] [--root=<file>]
[--context=<name>]

Description

step ssh renew command renews an SSH Host Cerfificate using step certificates. It writes the new certificate to disk - either overwriting ssh-cert or using a new file when the --out=file flag is used. This command cannot be used to renew SSH User Certificates.

Positional arguments

ssh-cert The ssh certificate to renew.

ssh-key The ssh certificate private key.

Options

--out=file, --output-file=file The new certificate file. Defaults to overwriting the ssh-cert positional argument

--provisioner=name, --issuer=name The provisioner name to use.

--provisioner-password-file=file The path to the file containing the password to decrypt the one-time token generating key.

--sshpop-cert=chain Certificate (chain) in PEM format to store in the 'sshpop' header of a JWT.

--sshpop-key=file Private key file, used to sign a JWT, corresponding to the certificate that will be stored in the 'sshpop' header.

-f, --force Force the overwrite of files without asking.

--offline Creates a certificate without contacting the certificate authority. Offline mode uses the configuration, certificates, and keys created with step ca init, but can accept a different configuration file using --ca-config flag.

--ca-config=file The certificate authority configuration file. Defaults to $(step path)/config/ca.json

--ca-url=URI URI of the targeted Step Certificate Authority.

--root=file The path to the PEM file used as the root certificate authority.

--context=name The context name to apply for the given command.

Examples

Renew an ssh certificate overwriting the previous one:

$ step ssh renew -f id_ecdsa-cert.pub id_ecdsa

Renew an ssh certificate with a custom out file:

$ step ssh renew -out new-id_ecdsa-cer.pub id_ecdsa-cert.pub id_ecdsa
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