Network again!

Tony Arnold tony.arnold at
Mon May 28 08:02:11 UTC 2007


Brian Astill wrote:
> On Monday 28 May 2007 14:04, Avi Schwartz wrote:
>> I am not sure what are you trying to do.  You are trying to
>> connect to port 22 which is SSH (secure shell) via telnet which
>> obviously doesn't know the SSH protocol therefore the errors
>> you see.
>> If you want to connect via SSH then use the ssh client.
> Sorry, should have made this clear.  This is what happens if I use 
> gftp to try to connect from remote to main:
> Opening SSH connection to
> Running program ssh -e none -l bra -p 22 -s sftp
> 3: Protocol Initialization
> Error: Could not read from socket: Connection reset by peer
> Disconnecting from site

Is basic ssh connectivity working? What happens if you connect using the
ssh client? Does it authenticate OK? If not, try adding some -v's to the
command line and take a look at the output.

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