Why the system displays the length of the key is incorrect after the third-party software (OpenSSH) is used as a client to log in to the device?

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Why the system displays the length of the key is incorrect after the third-party software (OpenSSH) is used as a client to log in to the device?
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Adamcolob     Created Apr 07, 2017 14:10:07 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

When the third-party software OpenSSH v2 functions as the client, the length of the RSA key must be equal to or larger than 768. If the length is smaller than 768, then the SSH connection fails. To rectify this fault, you need to create a new RSA key pair with the length of 768 or larger than 768.
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