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Re: remote port forwarding unstable 2009-10-21
Adriana Rodean (adrya1984 gmail com)
Thank you all for your replies :)

This is the command i use: ssh -L 30300:localhost:8080 -R
1026:localhost:55555 -F ssh_config -N ipp (at) 10.55.40 (dot) 120 [email concealed]
And i close the ssh process by closing the windows console, or by
killing the ssh process from another application. Either way when i
look in processes

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Re: remote port forwarding unstable 2009-10-20
Adriana Rodean (adrya1984 gmail com) (2 replies)
Hi,

Here is some more info after little investigation :)

Message i get is: "Warning: remote port forwarding failed for listen port 1026"

SSH makes connection but port isn't opened and in server logs i see:

IPP-Linux:~# cat /var/log/auth.log | grep 18722
Oct 19 13:37:20 IPP-Linux sshd[18722]: err

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Re: remote port forwarding unstable 2009-10-20
Greg Wooledge (wooledg eeg ccf org)
Re: remote port forwarding unstable 2009-10-20
Quintin Beukes (quintin skywalk co za) (1 replies)
Re: remote port forwarding unstable 2009-10-21
Quintin Beukes (quintin skywalk co za)
Manipulating Forwards on an existing shell 2009-10-19
Quintin Beukes (quintin last za net) (1 replies)
Hey,

Is there any way at all to manipulate local forwards on an existing
shell? I basically have a script which I run to setup a bunch of port
forwards to create a pseudo-VPN. It's much stabler through SSH than it
is through our PPTP VPN. So it would be nice to create a zenity script
to setup insta

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Re: Manipulating Forwards on an existing shell 2009-10-20
Darren Tucker (dtucker zip com au) (1 replies)
Re: Manipulating Forwards on an existing shell 2009-10-20
Quintin Beukes (quintin last za net)
remote port forwarding unstable 2009-10-19
Adriana Rodean (adrya1984 gmail com)
Hi,

I'm not sure if this is a bug or not, maybe someone noticed it also...

I always do a remote port forwarding with openssh on 1026 port let's
say ( ssh -R 1026:localhost:55555 ). Most times the port is opened on
remote machine. But sometimes i notice that ssh can't do remote port
forwarding to t

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ssh and netcat 2009-10-03
Josef Wolf (jw raven inka de) (2 replies)
Hello,

a while ago, I asked this list about usage of the ProxyCommand. As a
response, Darren Tucker gave me a great suggestion in this post:

http://www.mail-archive.com/secureshell (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]/msg02638.html

I then tried to build upon Darren's idea:

# dns.name is how we find the IP for

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Re: ssh and netcat 2009-10-05
Darren Tucker (dtucker zip com au) (1 replies)
Re: ssh and netcat 2009-10-07
Josef Wolf (jw raven inka de)
Re: ssh and netcat 2009-10-05
Robert Hajime Lanning (robert lanning gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: ssh and netcat 2009-10-14
Derek Martin (code pizzashack org)
Openssh vs. unsuccessful_login_count on AIX 2009-10-02
Jackson (jakrainer yahoo com)
Gents,

I have a AIX 6.1 TL2 server using Quest/Vintela Authentication Services(QAS) for users authentication and I'm also using a openssh version provided by Quest (http://rc.quest.com/topics/openssh/).
When a AIX user's unsuccessful_login_count is greater than 5 the user is not able to login via t

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SSH stalls on connection 2009-09-30
Dr Hao He (he softtouchit com) (1 replies)
My SSH has been working fine and then all of sudden, I could no longer
login.

debug1: Connecting to 190.120.238.7 [190.120.238.7] port 22.
debug1: Connection established.
debug1: identity file /Users/haohe/.ssh/identity type -1
debug1: identity file /Users/haohe/.ssh/id_rsa type -1
debug1: ident

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RE: SSH stalls on connection 2009-10-02
Gaudin Nicolas (NGAUDIN prosodie com)
Protecting a file in internal-sftp jail (chroot) 2009-09-25
Eriberto (eriberto eriberto pro br) (2 replies)
Hi all,

I made a jail using sftp-internal (Debian Lenny 5.0.3 / OpenSSH
5.1p1). I followed the steps found at
http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/590 and it is working
fine. But I have a little problem. I am using this process to give
access to users put files in directories into /var/www

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Re: Protecting a file in internal-sftp jail (chroot) 2009-09-29
docks (at) gmx (dot) li [email concealed] (docks gmx li)
Re: Protecting a file in internal-sftp jail (chroot) 2009-09-25
Stefan Hornburg (racke linuxia de)
remote scp command 2009-09-25
Jurgen Lamsens (jurgen lamsens telenet be) (2 replies)
Hi,

I hope I'm at the right place for my question. Consider this:

jlamsens@ubuntu1:~$ cat /etc/hosts
127.0.0.1 localhost
192.168.155.186 ubuntu1
192.168.155.187 ubuntu2

jlamsens@ubuntu1:~$ touch file.txt

1.) This works, because I can write to /tmp
jlamsens@ubuntu1:~$ scp file.txt jlamsens (at) 192 (dot) 16 [email concealed]

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RE: remote scp command 2009-09-25
Males, Jess (jmales cio sc gov)
Re: remote scp command 2009-09-25
Greg Wooledge (wooledg eeg ccf org)
Re: get logged in username 2009-09-19
Mohsen Alimomeni (m alimomeni gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi, Thanks for reply,

This is the exact scenario:
When I use the command "ssh admin@host", the user is authenticated by
a custom Pam module, and it's given the UID, GID and shell from a
custom nss module. The shell is also a custom CLI, which needs the
username - not the UID - to operate well. I ca

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Re: get logged in username 2009-09-22
Derek Martin (code pizzashack org) (1 replies)
Re: get logged in username 2009-09-23
Mohsen Alimomeni (m alimomeni gmail com)
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