>
> Tuc at T-B-O-H wrote:
> > Is there a way to tell why I'm getting frequent
> > "Connection reset by peer" all of a sudden?
> >
> > I'm using a FreeBSD machine, plugged via eithernet to a Linksys
> > router running DD-WRT, to another Linksys 50 feet away running DD-WRT,
> > both of them WDS'd together, plugged via ethernet to another FreeBSD machine.
> > With debug cranked, I see :

>
> 1) check the SSH server's logs to see if there's any logged message
> corresponding to the disconnects. If the problem is easy to reproduce,
> you could run sshd in debug mode in the foreground (eg "/path/to/sshd
> -ddde -p 2022" then connect to port 22).
>
> 2) if that doesn't have anything, or has the same "connection reset by
> peer message" then you probably will need to run tcpdump or similar to
> see which end is generating the TCP RST (in theory it should be only
> generated by one of the TCP endpoints but it could also be generated by,
> eg an intermediate NAT box).
>

Hi,

Thanks for the reply...

1) Nothing out of the ordinary in the logs.

Last bit of logging from the server before/after it happens :

debug3: tty_parse_modes: 93 0
debug1: server_input_channel_req: channel 0 request shell reply 0
debug1: session_by_channel: session 0 channel 0
debug1: session_input_channel_req: session 0 req shell
debug1: PAM: setting PAM_TTY to "/dev/ttyp4"
debug2: fd 5 setting TCP_NODELAY
debug2: channel 0: rfd 10 isatty
debug2: fd 10 setting O_NONBLOCK
debug2: fd 9 is O_NONBLOCK
debug1: Setting controlling tty using TIOCSCTTY.
debug3: mm_answer_pty: tty /dev/ttyp4 ptyfd 3
debug3: mm_request_receive entering
Read error from remote host 10.0.0.1: Connection reset by peer
debug1: do_cleanup
debug1: PAM: cleanup
debug3: PAM: sshpam_thread_cleanup entering
debug1: do_cleanup
debug1: PAM: cleanup
debug3: PAM: sshpam_thread_cleanup entering
debug1: session_pty_cleanup: session 0 release /dev/ttyp4

2) TCPDUMP available to anyone that wants it via email (21K)

The last "good" packet between the SSH server and client looked
pretty normal, has Flags of PSH and ACK.

The next packet comes from the router closest to the SSH server.
There is no sequence or acknowledgement number, but its claiming
to originate from the same port that the client originally was
using. The window size is 1/2 of what the client/server window
was. Its sending to the SSH server an ACK.

The next packet is from the SSH server to the router, there
is no sequence number, window size is 0, Flags are RST.

Next packet is from the SSH server to the client, marked
as a TCP retransmission, same sequence as the last "good"
packet, PSH,ACK

Last packet is from SSH client to server, with RST Flag
set.

So why is the router jumping into the middle of
the conversation and being a spoil sport?

Thanks, Tuc
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