Thanks for touching base on this.
Yhea I am able to use Peplink CLI via SSH
However, Like I stated it’s more about having to login.
Ok so what exactly we want to do. .
We have many setups in the field and we run Geektool on the desktops to give basic information like IP etc…
One of our biggest things in knowing if we are on cellular or local. mistakes have been made in the past which cost of thousands in overages.
So the thought was to be able to show which Wan is active in a geek tool. grep pull
Something as simple as running this command , grep what we need
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -p 8822 ‘get wan 1’
Problem is we don’t want to put our password in plan text, And my question was More focused on if it was possible to add a ssh cert key to the pep-link so it would not ask for a password.
Just looking for a quick visual that’s always their so our users know one way or another if they are on cellular