Re: problem with the latest version of ssh
are you forcing it to only accept connections from a specif ssh protocol
(1,2) /etc/ssh/sshd_config or do you have TCPWrappers set?
What are the /var/log/secure or likewise files telling you on the server
that you can not access?
just a few thoughts
On Wed, 2005-03-30 at 10:37 -0800, Simon M. C. Butler wrote:[color=blue]
> Hi, I.m hoping someone can shed some light on a confusing problem for me.
> I administer 2 servers for sendmail/http/dns and have recently just upgraded one of them (a solaris 8 sparc) to OpenSSH_4.0p1, OpenSSL 0.9.7e 25 Oct 2004
> The older machine is a redhat 6.2 x86 machine running SSH Version 2.0.13
> I recently started work at a new company and i am unable to ssh into the ssh-upgraded server remotely. Nor will it service http requests from this location. The older machine however works just fine and I can ssh in no problem.
> The confusing thing is that when I try to access my machines from a friends network the upgraded machine works fine and I can log in using ssh.
> I am logging in using the latest version of putty on the same win2k m/c in every case
> Can anyone tell what is about the upgraded ssh/ssl machine that causes it to stop responding to ssh requests (and http requests) from one particular location but is ok from other locations. The other machine running the older version of ssh works fine and I.m able connect to it fine from my new work location,
Leif Ericksen <email@example.com>