[Techtalk] Re: Techtalk digest, Vol 1 #429 - 1 msg
david at lupercalia.net
Sat Apr 6 01:42:37 EST 2002
On Fri, Apr 05, 2002 at 08:45:57PM -0800, Tabatha Persad wrote:
> Hi David,
> Not sure what distros both the boxes are using, or if one is running
> Windows? Do you have an SSH key set up between them? Are there different
> versions of SSH on the machines etc?
They are both running Debian, and there is no SSH key set up. However,
it also happens when I use PuTTY from work, so it seems to be related
to the server side. (That's PuTTY on a Win2000 box -- no Linux at work).
Both my Debian boxen are running OpenSSH 3.0.2p1-8.3.
> I ran across the page:
> http://www.networksimplicity.com/board/show.pl?board=2 and one of the links
> there, which seem related to your SSH issue, pointed to
> http://www.networksimplicity.com/board/show.pl?board=2&thread=151 - maybe
> this will give you some clues.
> It basically indicates that when a user ssh's from the linux box to the
> windows box it's fine, but doesn't work the other way around. In the thread
> some folks have pointed the user to ipchains and iptables, and what looks
> like how to find the files and stop them via the "/etc/rc.d/init.d script".
> Don't know if it helps at all, but may trigger something if nothing else!
It doesn't seem to apply to my situation.
BTW, I didn't say so specifically, but the logs don't seem to show
anything at all. Unless it's logging somewhere strange.
Any tips on how I might debug it would be good. I know I don't have
the proper information for a good bug report, but I also don't know
what else to do beside checking the logs.
> > From: David Merrill <david at lupercalia.net>
> > Okay Chix, this LinuxGuy needs some help...
> > My ssh sessions into pan.lupercalia.net keep getting closed, with
> > the message "Connection reset by peer". I have KeepAlive set for both
> > sides. I've read the man page and the manuals over and over and can't
> > find anything else that might be set improperly. Am I missing
> > something obvious? What could be wrong?
David C. Merrill http://www.lupercalia.net
Linux Documentation Project david at lupercalia.net
Lead Developer http://www.linuxdoc.org
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