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From: GILLIBRAND, Stuart (Stuart.GILLIBRANDSEMA.CO.UK)
Date: Thu Mar 15 2001 - 10:02:51 CST
I would guess you having a NAT box would have something to do with the
You trying to establish a connection inbound to 22 will cause the NAT
some problems as it won't have an entry in it's table.
Have you tried setting up a port map for 22?
From: Bio101 Laboratory [mailto:bio101clarkHOTMAIL.COM]
Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2001 2:48 AM
Subject: Hoping for assistance with SSH2server for Win2k
I've recently set up an SSH2 server on my Win2k Adv. Server box (the latest
server binary from ipsec.com). The box is a NAT box with a static internal
NIC and an external DHCP NIC on a cable modem. Netstat says its listening
on port 22, and I've tried having it listen on both 0.0.0.0 as well as the
current IP of my external NIC (the one connected to the cable modem), but I
can't seem to reach it from any clients. Any time I try to log in it errors
out after about 30 seconds stating that there is no server, or it is
misconfigured. I've ensured I'm going to the right IP and the right port.
The server has been tested both with and without ZoneAlarm running, and when
it was running, SSH2Master was given full access, and port 22 incoming was
given access for both TCP and UDP. However, even when the server was
rebooted and the firewall software was not started (completely open system),
I still could not connect. Does anyone have any ideas on what I may be
doing wrong, or some good support forums or sites for running an SSH2 server
on a Win2k machine? Most forums are focused on the more popular combo of
SSH2 on Linux. Thanks for any help you may render.
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