Win 7 sshd help
Sat Nov 20 09:09:00 GMT 2010
On Nov 19 21:11, Bryan wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 19, 2010 at 15:17, Kirby Bakken wrote:
> > Help.
> > I recently installed cygwin w/sshd packages on my Win7 pro PC. Â I've gotten
> > ssh to work both with localhost, and with the LAN IP address.
> > However, trying to ssh from 'outside' my router doesn't work. Â I CAN ssh to
> > my linux box. Â Then I change the port-forward in the router to my Win7 box,
> > and I got 'permission denied' after the password prompt. Â After much
> > fiddling, the /etc/host.allow/deny files have somewhere along the line
> > disappeared. Â Now, I get a timeout...
> > Questions:
> > 1) are the host.allow and deny files required?
> hosts.allow and hosts.deny only work if you compiled using tcp_wrappers
Well, openssh is built against tcp_wrappers so the hosts.allow and
hosts.deny files are evaluated if they exist. However, if they
don't exist, it doesn't matter.
> Disable your windows 7 firewall, or make it so that it passes port 22.
> If you are remote, make sure your ISP isn't blocking port 22 inbound
> to your router. I had an ISP that blocked a lot of ports below 1024.
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