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Re: Is ssh 2 incompatible with ssh 1?



Well, let me say what I did to get it working:

I installed ssh1 first...
with deamons and all...
then I installed ssh2... over that.
then edited /etc/ssh2/ssh2_config

set this to yes, when I found it in the manpages:
Ssh1AgentCompatibility          yes
so, now when a ssh1 client tries to connect to my system...
the ssh2d(aemon) will start the ssh1d(aemon) with the options he himself
got.

I hope this helps you too.

Leen.

(Well actually, I already had ssh2 installed... but just installed ssh1
over it and ssh2 over that again... and had to make some small changes in 
/usr/local/sbin/, something about a link... I think that's also in the
manpages).

On Fri, 23 Apr 1999, Lazarus Long wrote:

> On Friday, April 23, 1999 at 10:06:19 -0400, Arcady Genkin wrote:
>  > From: Arcady Genkin <genkin@sympatico.ca>
>  > Message-ID: <87vhenbfdw.fsf@main.wgaf.net>
>  > X-Mailer: Gnus v5.6.45/XEmacs 20.4 - "Emerald"
>  > Sender: Arcady Genkin <antipode@main.wgaf.net>
>  > 
>  > I've installed ssh 2.10 and tried to connect to my school via ssh (I
>  > know that they run ssh protocol) and got the following:
>  > 
>  > bash-2.01$ ssh cdf.utoronto.ca
>  > Disconnected; protocol version not supported.
>  > 
>  > They are using vershio 1, AFAIK. Does this mean that v.2 is
>  > incompatible with it or do I have smth misconfigured?
> 
> May I suggest 
>  bash-2.01$ ssh -v cdf.utoronto.ca
> for more complete information on which ssh/sshd and protocol versions
> are being used?
> 
> BTW, it *is* possible to connect to a ssh2 system using ssh1, if using
> recent versions.  I do this with my ssh2-using-ISP regularly, using ssh1
> here (because I dislike ssh2's licensing.)  (And I connect in the other
> direction as well.)
> 
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