Someone called Mr Gerard Gorman said on Mon, Sep 04, 2000 at 09:53:33AM +0100:
> ok...my problem is that I'm trying to get an ssh connection from machine
> A (which ISN'T firewalled) to machine B (which IS behind a firewall but
> with access to port 22 enabled), and I can't get a connection. The fact
> that's getting me worried is that I CAN get a connection sometimes! I
> can even get a telnet connection.
>> Additionally, there is no host.deny.
>Can we see the output of ssh -v ?
Also, try using the -P option, to connect using a non-priveleged port on the
local side. This might help.
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