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Re: SFTP-Server?

Subject: Re: SFTP-Server?
From: Phillip R Smith
Date: Mon, 03 Dec 2007 19:53:05 -0500
Newsgroups: vmsnet.networks.tcp-ip.multinet


Are these available on the command line?

I rely on X11 forwarding and I'd expect that others do too, so just setting these lines isn't something that you'd want to do in general I assume...

-Ross-

On Dec 3, 2007, at 4:51 PM, Dan O'Reilly wrote:

Actually, we've found that when attempting to SSH to a Cisco server, you can add the following lines to your SSH2_DIR:SSH2_CONFIG (note, the config for the client, not server):

SendKEXGuess   NO
allowagentforwarding no
allowx11forwarding no

These should allow you to talk to the router properly using our client (which, of course, is used by the SFTP client).

At 02:43 PM 12/3/2007, you wrote:
Hi,

>We tried to backup the configuration of our new Cisco VoIP system. We then >get "invalid password" messages on the console although the correct password >is provided. Now as we looked a bit deeper into it, the problem seems to be
>on Cisco's side.

We found that even trying to SSH to the Cisco router (for console access) produced something similar. It seems their SSH server code is broken -- and
SFTP relies on SSH to set up the secure TCP session.

Regards,

        Jeremy Begg

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