On Server B, I have ECDSA, RSA and ED25519 private and public keys available in
When server A tried to
ssh to Server B it received the RSA key fingerprint to authenticate and fails because in its
known_hosts it has Server B's ECDSA key fingerprint not the RSA key's, and strict key checking is enabled.
I cant make changes to Server A, on Server B I can. So how can I make Server B present ECDSA key to any server in this case Server A when they try to connect through SSH? Or in other words make ECDSA the default key identity for Server B instead of RSA?