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NOAGENT(1)		FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual		    NOAGENT(1)

NAME
     noagent --	run a command without using the	SSH agent's stored keys

SYNOPSIS
     noagent cmd args...

DESCRIPTION
     The noagent utility executes the specified	command	with the SSH_AGENT_PID
     and SSH_AUTH_SOCK variables removed from its environment.	This is	useful
     when connecting to	various	SSH servers that do not	really understand the
     concept of	public key authentication to the point of actually breaking
     the connection when the client sends several public keys.

RETURN VALUES
     The noagent utility uses the shell's exec builtin command so that the re-
     turn value	of the command actually	executed is passed on.

ENVIRONMENT
     The noagent utility's operation is	currently not directly affected	by its
     environment; it affects the environment instead :)

FILES
     The noagent utility's operation is	currently not directly affected	by any
     files.

EXAMPLES
     Connect to	a server without agent authentication

	   noagent ssh router.example.com

SEE ALSO
     ssh(1), ssh-agent(1)

HISTORY
     The noagent utility was written by	Peter Pentchev in 2009.

AUTHORS
     Peter Penchev <roam@ringlet.net>

FreeBSD	13.0			August 17, 2010			  FreeBSD 13.0

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