SSH between computers on LAN
Karl F. Larsen
klarsen1 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 24 01:38:52 UTC 2009
> Karl F. Larsen wrote:
>> Brian wrote:
>>> On Fri 23 Jan 2009 at 15:03:44 -0700, Karl F. Larsen wrote:
>>>> I have sshd on this Hardy on my big computer and it works fine when
>>>> I ssh to it from my laptop with Intrepid. It goes through 2 routers and
>>>> still works fine. But I can't get it to transfer files between the 2
>>> Apologies for not answering your question directly but an alternative to
>>> play with is netcat. See here:
>>> I had to alter the nc commands slightly and use the -p option to specify
>>> the port to use.
>> Hi and thanks for the new idea. But I just proved that this does not
>> work well:
>> I put the laptop on a wire port of the second router. This router plugs
>> into the first router and this computer is plugged into the first
>> router. So now both computers are on wired Internet. I can ping this
>> computer from the laptop and it is perfect. Now I ping the laptop from
>> this computer and it fails totally. So there is a problem I'm not aware of.
> can both computers access the net?
> never used adsl so not familiar with the modem, is it a router too?, and
> then you have another router behind that? or is it a hub?
Well I have a DSL modem-router and that router IS a router. I have a
cat 8 cable from this router plugged into 192.168.0.1 plug. The other
end is at the input Internet on a Belkin modem from Wal Mart. It has a
WiFi output and 4 ports for cat5 things. I am not sure this is a router.
I did a traceroute from this computer looking for the laptop and it
failed. But a traceroute from the laptop works to this computer.
I am quiting for now, but it's an interesting problem for me to
solve. Then I can play with ssh some more.
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
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