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puru_09 11-28-2002 11:11 PM

remote administrator in linux
 
hi

i am looking for a software which is used for remote administration. In windows there is Radmin and RemotelyAnywhere available. Buut i want a software for linux which can handle both linux and windows. Is it possible. or is there any software for linux available. if there is then please tell me where i can find

Puru

DaveG 11-29-2002 12:00 AM

ssh - Secure Shell as a secure replacement for telnet. I use PuTTY as a Windows ssh client.
Create and sign your own client certificates for SSH2/TLS. Anything else is a security risk (openssl).
You can then run X-Windows over a secure link if you must.
Other options include web-based administration using Apache+PHP etc.

Tinkster 11-29-2002 12:20 AM

or VNC :} via ssh

Cheers,
Tink

RefriedBean 11-29-2002 12:55 AM

The standard tools are SSH, for terminal (installed by default on most distros).

And VNC for remote graphics. For VNC I'd recommend you try out TightVNC, as its much faster than regular vnc. Basically VNC starts up another X server, so don't expect to see what other people are doing on the computer like in windows :)

To modify VNC's settings simply edit the 'vncserver' program (its actually a script), mine is in /usr/local/bin/.

All of these are ofcourse free :)

Have fun!
RefriedBean

stickman 11-29-2002 09:10 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by DaveG
Anything else is a security risk (openssl).

Are you saying that OpenSSL is a security risk?

puru_09 11-30-2002 05:54 AM

i tried with ssh

shell> ssh -l administrator 192.168.0.1

but this show me an error

ssh: connect to address 192.168.0.1 port 22: No route to host

what does it mean. i tried with other options also but failed

Puru

CRB314 03-21-2004 10:57 AM

Guess what!!! I have the same probem too! I am using Putty and works great with two servers but the third server is where I get the problem giving me the same error:

"ssh: connect to address 192.168.0.1 port 22: No route to host"

I hope someone can help us both out

spurious 03-21-2004 12:35 PM

[cite]ssh: connect to address 192.168.0.1 port 22: No route to host[/cite]

Is 192.168.0.1 running sshd, the ssh server daemon? If 192.168.0.1 is firewalled, is port 22 open?

andrewlkho 03-21-2004 12:58 PM

Check with an nmap:
#nmap localhost
from the server.


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