First off, I'm new to Linux. I've got a good background in the Cisco IOS CLI, so I'm familar with a lot of the syntax, and I've written Perl scripts on Windows machines, so I can comprehend regular expressions fairly well. I appreciate any help that can be provided.
Here's my question:
I would like to enable SSH access to my slackware box from the outside world. I have a static IP and NAT enabled, and have already forwarded port 22 through my AP to redirect to my internal IP for the slackware box.
The end result is for me to SSH across the internet to my slackware machine and work on the box and/or transfer files to/from my 2 windows XP machines. I'm not too worried about setting up ftp or sftp right now, I just want to get SSH down well. I have a SSH client on my laptop at work (windows XP).
I have Slackware 9.1 installed on a PIII 600mhz machine. SCSI CD-RW and SCSI 9.1GB HDD.
I've looked at the man pages for SSHD and I am not sure about how to set up the configuration.
I thank you in advance for any assistance.