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Re: [K12OSN] can't ssh into server



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On Mon, 2003-10-13 at 16:51, Petre Scheie wrote:
> I installed k12ltsp ver. 3.1.1 on a new server this weekend.  During the 
> installation, I chose the Medium security level and told it to allow 
> incoming ssh, http and mail connections.  The installation went fine, 
> but I couldn't ssh into the server from another box.  I could ssh into 
> the box from itself, which tells me that sshd is running and accepting 
> connections, just not from outside itself.  So, I logged in as root, 
> chose Security Settings from the menu, and just turned off the firewall. 
>   No joy, still couldn't ssh in.  But I didn't like not having an 
> firewalling, so I set it back to Medium.  But now the clients stopped 
> stopped booting; I think they were not getting an IP address from the 
> dhcp.  Logged in on the console as root, and noticed on the firewall 
> settings that allowing incoming dhcp connections was not checked, so I 
> toggled it on, but still the clients wouldn't boot.  So, I turned the 
> firewall off, and now the clients boot, but I have no firewall, and I 
> *still* can't ssh into the box.  I assume the Security Settings/Firewall 
> GUI is just a front-end to the iptables rules, but perhaps not, as I 
> don't seem to be getting what I expect when I make changes in the GUI. 
> Any suggestions?
> 
> Petre
> 
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