On Thu, May 17, 2001 at 03:40:06PM +0100, John A. Kinsella wrote:
> As above. I dial in from home to my Linux box at work using ppp.
> Does this not create a problem in that my box at home is assigned a
> "random" ip address when it connects to the ISP & so I cannot associate
> public key for home machine with a specific ip address?
> I managed to do this a year ago but cannot remember how.
> When I try to run
> ssh my.work.machine
> from home
> I get disconnected "session closed by remote host" or some such.
ssh has a -v flag...
> I have sshd2 running at work but am (as above) unclear how to associate
> home machine with public key for home machine (stored on work machine). Or
> have I got it back to front?
> Any tips?
see the -v comment above, but...
> PS I am running old version of ssh at home (not ssh2). Could this be the
*bing!* upgrade your home box.
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