Since last few weeks, I have been doing SSH to a server using my local FreeBSD desktop. I am able to read/write, and do the stuff that I am permitted to including setting up crons, and few other kubernetes related stuff.
But around 3-4 days ago, I tried to download a file (using scp...
# freebsd-version ; uname -a
FreeBSD x 13.0-RELEASE-p11#0 Tue Apr 5 18:54:35 UTC 2022 firstname.lastname@example.org:/usr/obj/usr/src/amd64.amd64/sys/GENERIC amd64
On this host I have sshd listening on this port:
tcp 0 0 192.168.0.1.22...
I am a new FreeBSD user but being using Debian GNU/Linux for years. My quick question is about ssh from outside LAN to a newly installed FreeBSD machine.
The file /etc/rc.conf contains
And I can ssh to the machine within LAN using
$ ssh -p 22...
I am running the official FreeBSD 11 image on a Raspberry pi B and most of the things seem to work but I had a problem twice recently.
My configuration: rpi-b with two externally powered USB disks, connected to my home LAN via
ethernet. I also have a screen and a keyboard attached...
All right gone until move my desktop with 2 PC (pc1:FreeBSD 10.1, pc2:Windows 7 pro)
I use all days connection on my server in data housing with SSH via VPN routers.
Now, I can connect on my server with pc2 on Putty.
But I can't connect with pc1.
I don't understand.
# ssh -vv...
I have problem with login ssh
I edited the /etc/ssh/ssh_config
It wasn't found I write it and restart ssh service but still not working.
the O.S installed kvm solus Vm [mod: ?]
Please help ...