What kind of error messages do you get? I am assuming if you are trying
to login directly as root then you'll have to enable root login in the
/etc/ssh/sshd_config and uncommenting PermitRootlogin yes. This is a big
security risk to login directly as root let alone telnet. Also make sure
it's not blocked by a firewall or port 22 is not blocked by your ISP.
Only speaking from experience here as I've had a similar issue. 

Kevin  

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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Hamed Abangar
Sent: Friday, March 26, 2004 2:43 AM
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Subject: Remote Administration Problem

Dear members
 
I'm new to this list and also  I'm new to FreeBSD environment .I'm
network administrator in an isp.Recently i have changed our Internet
servers from Linux to freebsd ( cache servers , dns servers , firewall ,
mail servers) . Every things works well , but i have a problem.I can't
control my servers remotely.I have activated SSH and telnet but i can't
login to my server with root account from my home or every other where.
Each time i want to check my servers , i must go to my server's room and
this is not good for a network administrator , i didn't have this
problem with Linux.
 
Any one can help me?
 
thanks 
Hamed Abangar


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