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Old 09-27-2009, 12:09 AM   #1
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building ssh server on home comp


i did the tutorial thing, but i dont have another comp to test the connection out so i checked for web based tests, found this one, im not sure what the results mean though. can you tell me? im using cygwin openssh on my home comp and putty on my work comp.

145 is a legal value for a host number.
26 is a legal value for a class C net.
87 is a legal value for a class B net.
74 is a legal value for a class A net.
 
Old 09-27-2009, 02:16 AM   #2
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i did the tutorial thing, but i dont have another comp to test the connection out so i checked for web based tests, found this one, im not sure what the results mean though. can you tell me? im using cygwin openssh on my home comp and putty on my work comp.

145 is a legal value for a host number.
26 is a legal value for a class C net.
87 is a legal value for a class B net.
74 is a legal value for a class A net.
How can we tell you if your test passed or failed unless you tell us what you expected to happen? Use this approach to posting:


1. Here is what I hoped for __________________________

2. But here is what happened instead _________________

3. Here is how (2) differs from (1) __________________
 
Old 09-27-2009, 03:45 PM   #3
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How can we tell you if your test passed or failed unless you tell us what you expected to happen? Use this approach to posting:


1. Here is what I hoped for __________________________

2. But here is what happened instead _________________

3. Here is how (2) differs from (1) __________________
1. Your SSH tunnel is working, you can login with your username and password.

2. Gibberish

3. My tunnel isn't working.


next step,
i do port forwarding for the router.
 
Old 09-28-2009, 01:09 AM   #4
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2009-09-27 22:03:22 Looking up host "******"
2009-09-27 22:03:22 Connecting to ****** port 22
2009-09-27 22:03:22 Network error: Software caused connection abort

now you know as much as me.

i forwarded 22, im using putty. this is event log

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