What happens when you specify the -v (ssh -v badhost) option on the command
line?  Doing a verbose output always helps you (and us) figure out what's
going on.


| -----Original Message-----
| From: Jerry Buburuz [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
| Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2001 12:23 PM
| Hey All,
| I'm not to sure if my orignal message got through.
| I got one linux box that I can ssh out to any other with no problem.
| But I cannot ssh to this box from most of my linux boxs. What happens
| is I get prompted to enter a passwd, if I enter the incorrect 
| passwd, I
| get permission denied, which is good. But if I enter the 
| correct passwd,
| I get the message last login tues..etc. but then my next prompt is my
| local machine. It seems the bad box authenticates myself, but 
| then drops
| my connection.
| On all my linux boxs I have OpenSSH_2.5.2p2, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0,
| OpenSSL 0x0090600f.
| Although I can establish a connection to the bad box through 
| a client on
| win2k running ssh2.4.
| One linux box does get through but I get the following message:
| Warning: the RSA host key for xxx.xx.xxxx.ca' differs from the key
| for the IP address 'x.x.x.11'.
| Is it the RSA key?, if so how come the other linux boxs don't 
| give me the
| same error message.
| thanks
| Jerry 

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