SSH login timeout - too short
I've got following problem:
When I try to login remotely via SSH to my Solaris 10 server (with sshd installed on it), connection is closed before I can type the password. If I type my pass within 5 or 10 seconds, it connects OK.
There is no timeout set in "/etc/default/login" (#TIMEOUT=300), so I assume default value (300 sec.) is used.
Also nothing is set in "/etc/ssh/sshd_config", so I hope default value (600 sec.) is used. In "sshd_config" is rule "KeepAlive yes".
I'm using IPfilter as a firewall. There is a rule
"pass in quick on bge0 proto tcp from any to any port = 22 keep state"
to allow SSH connection from everywhere.
Where to change this login timeout? Do you have any ideas?
Thanks for any help.