2010/3/6 Tzafrir Cohen <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Tue, Mar 02, 2010 at 03:36:10AM -0800, consul tores wrote:
>> If i do # ssh from Lenny against Slackware or OpenBSD, then i get only
>> 1 key, but if i do # ssh from Lenny to Lenny, then i receive 2 keys!
>> It happens when i am outside of my lan which has a router DLink as
>> gateway, when i test it at inside, i recieve only 1 key for Slackware,
>> OpenBSD and Lenny.
>> Checking rsa ids, they are the same in both cases.
> What do you mean by "1 key" and "2 keys"? How do you see that?
> Tzafrir Cohen | email@example.com | VIM is
I mean pub.key (ssh-rsa), it only happens the first time that i access
my Lenny box from outside of my lan; 1 pub.key for the router and 1
pub.key for the Lenny box; it does not happen with Slackware and
- From: consul tores <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: ssh
- From: Tzafrir Cohen <email@example.com>