Olaf Courtney wrote: > Hello and greetings from Newbyville, > > I recently upgraded from FreeBSD 6.3-RELEASE to 7.0-RELEASE-p4, and now SSH > is broken. Other important services (chiefly SAMBA) are working properly. > From the FreeBSD server I can successfull SSH and SFTP to the localhost > (127.0.0.1). I can also SSH and SFTP to other locations on the network. > However, I cannot SSH and SFTP into the FreeBSD server from the remote > locations. > > Attempting to connect from a remote host returns "Connection closed by <ip > address of server>". The bottom portion of the debug output is shown below. > > SSH_CONFIG and SSHD_CONFIG files show that everything is set to defaults. > Also, there is nothing that pertains to OPENSSH in /etc/src.conf and > /etc/make.conf. I saw one post that recommended going into the Kernel > options. On this system, there are no options in /boot/loader.conf and > /etc/sysctl.conf. I wouldn't know what to do with them anyways. > > The misc/compat6x libraries are installed as a bandaid. > > Here is the tail end of the output from ssh -vvv <server>:
> Connection closed by 172.27.124.217 > > Any ideas? Abrupt connection closing might be a symptom of the server process crashing. Is tehre anything in /var/log/messages on the server at the time this happens? (for what it's worth, I've successfully upgraded from 6.3-R to 7-STABLE before).
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