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Clear Command Prompt In Packet Tracer

I have configured my router for SSH and the PC I am trying to SSH from is on a switched LAN connected into the target router. When I type in SSH in the PC command line I get the usage syntax of 'ssh -1 username target.' When I try to enter the ssh command using that syntax I get 'Invalid Command.' What am I doing wrong?
Info:
Packet Tracer 5.3.1
Router running config:
username rob privilege 15 secret (encrypted password)
ip domain-name cisco.com
line vty 0 4
exec timeout 0 0
password (encrypted password)
logging synchronous
login local
transport input ssh
The crypto keys are generated and the PC can ping the router.
Get to command prompt
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Clear Command Prompt In Cisco Packet Tracer

  • This might help -
    https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/thread/4413
  • It's coming back as invalid because you are not specifying the correct parameter. Should be 'ssh -l [username] [target]'. You are putting a '1' (character for one) instead of 'l' (Uppercase is L).
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  • Thank you for the info - it helps to use the correct switch.