Re: ssh protocols
On 08 Feb 2002 17:19:55 -0500
"Bob Hilliard" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Daniel Jacobowitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > Apparently the various Debian machines are all running a
version> > > of ssh that recognizes only Protocol 1. The cited
quotation from the> > > manpage suggests that the default value should
allow a machine running> > > OpenSSH to ssh into a Debian machine, but,
as we all know, it is> > > necessary to specify Protocol 1 (ssh -1).
> > That's not true. I log in to Debian machines using Protocol 2 every
> > day - at the least voltaire and auric both.
> Interesting. I'm using ssh 3.0.1p1-1.2 from woody on i386. I
> haven't been able to ssh to auric or master without specifying
> Protocol 1 for several months. Which ssh version and which
> architecture are you using?
There is an obscure bug (in bts #127426) with ssh which can prevent the
second mentioned protocol in the config file from being used.