Although I find alot of topics on this, I haven't found an answer yet.
I want to ssh from my arch box to my debian box (trying to learn server-related things)
but I always get the same error
ssh: connect to host host+domain port 22: Connection refused
this site says port 22 is open: http://www.canyouseeme.org/
I can ping my debian box (it also has a static ip if that matters), ssh localhost works, I put sshd:ALL in my hosts.allow, netstat says sshd is listening to the ports
Haven't used ssh before yesterday so I'm kinda clueless
Help will be highly appriciated
Did you turn on ssh connections for all in /etc/hosts.allow ??
Edit: Never mind -- I should read more closely
Last edited by ewaller (2011-02-02 22:07:59)
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same for me
Last edited by wudu (2011-02-02 22:16:30)
thanks, looked through it
seems my router is the problem, but I don't really know how to fix this
nat giving my trouble
Last edited by vanvalium (2011-02-02 22:55:18)
I've solved this problem by changing port. You can find the port your ssh listening to by running "ss -tnlp". Then, try again "ssh <host> -p <port>"
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