Hi, and welcome to LQ!
Originally Posted by bryanedwards05
Before hand I was using openSuse, and could connect fine. I have just switched over to CentOS and am now unable to connect
And while the resolution in the previous post is correct I
think we owe you an explanation as to WHAT is going on.
The machine's ssh key is generated on install (or the first
time ssh is started, depending on the distro), and is unique.
So if you re-install you will get a new machine key each time,
and you client will (HAS TO!!!!) complain if it changes, to
avoid a man in the middle or IP spoofing attack that may allow
the remote attacker to get access to the password for your real
machine. Don't ignore those messages if you see them.