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Re: ssh refuses remote connection

debian@platformglobal.com (David De Graff) writes:

> Hi,
> I've just installed woody on a clean box and have run into an issue with
> sshd. During the post-install configuration I chose the option to allow
> remote connections, and also default setting of turning on privelege
> separation.
> When I try to connect from an ssh client (SecureCRT on Windows XP) on the
> same LAN, the connection is immediately refused. This happens with both ssh
> 1 and ssh 2 protocol attempts. Sshd is currently set to force ssh 2.
> I can connect via ssh from the server using localhost or it's own IP.
> Any ideas?

First that comes to mind is settings in hosts.allow and hosts.deny.


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