Is the basic connection working?  Can you ping, ftp, access a web
server, etc?  Is it just an ssh problem?

On 8/11/17, Gene Heskett <ghesk...@shentel.net> wrote:
> On Friday 11 August 2017 14:35:40 Alan Corey wrote:
>
>> I think connection reset usually means something happened to the
>> connection like an elephant got in the way of your wifi.  Nothing
>> specific to ssh, I get it in Firefox a few times a day from marginal
>> signal levels.
>>
> Hard wired network, radios are all disabled.
>
>> On 8/11/17, Jens Thiele <ka...@karme.de> wrote:
>> > Gene Heskett <ghesk...@shentel.net> writes:
>> >> Greetings all;
>> >>
>> >> I just went to restore my sshfs shares so I could move a file I had
>> >> written, but if fails to connect. This was working, and working
>> >> well as recently as a week ago. Neither machine has been rebooted
>> >> but several updates have been done. This machine is running an up
>> >> to date wheezy, and the target machine, an r-pi3b, is running an up
>> >> to date jessie
>> >>
>> >> I am user 1000 on both this and that machine, but this commandline
>> >> now gets this response:
>> >>
>> >> gene@coyote:~/linuxcnc/nc_files$ sshfs pi@picncsheldon:/
>> >> /sshnet/picnc read: Connection reset by peer
>> >>
>> >> It works just fine to the other 3 machines running wheezy in my
>> >> home network?
>> >>
>> >> Any idea why the jessie machine is now failing?
>> >
>> > try to ssh with -v to get more info:
>> > gene@coyote:~$ ssh -v pi@picncsheldon
>> >
>> > jens
>
>
> Cheers, Gene Heskett
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