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Re: ssh problem

randall wrote:
> hi all,
> having a problem since a few months and i cant really figure it out.
> i have a debian machine standing in China and i connect from Europe, so
> going over there just for this is slightly cumbersome.
> i did have some driver issues in the past but after replacing the
> network cards it worked fine.
> At the moment:
> i can login using SSH and issue commands.
> but when opening a file or starting top the screen goes black until the
> connection times out, reset by peer.
> i can copy files to the machine using SCP but i can not copy them back,
> it stalls until the time out.
> a website is hosted on the machine and you can connect to it but it
> keeps on waiting for the server till the morning comes.
> the machines acts as a router for a local LAN, eth1 faces the LAN and
> eth0 faces the net, no problems for the people on the LAN
> not sure what it is but my first suspect would be the firewall/routing,
> i use shorewall.
> so, before i try disabling the firewall etc... to see if it has any
> results and risk losing the working LAN part of the story i wonder if
> somebody here has a clue on what it could be.
> Thanks anyways,
> Randall

sorry, wrong list.

but if anybody has some idea its not forbidden to respond anyway.



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