Call your vendor, tell them you'd like to return it. Get a Netgear instead
and see everything work fine.
At least that worked for me!
On Tue, 11 May 2004 17:41:50 +0100, Christian van den Bosch <cjb at linux.ie>
> Shane Foran wrote:
>>> Netgear good. D-Link bad.
>> That reminds me... weird experience with a D-Link DSL router recently:
>> I can't ssh out through it, with openssh. Everything looks fine, except
> openssh hangs (apparently forever) after I enter my password.
>> Putty, however, works fine.
>> This applies whether the machine I'm sshing from is Windows (Putty for
> Windows, openssh in cygwin) or Linux (Putty for Unix, native openssh).
>> It's bugging me because putty falls over whenever I try to apt-get
> update through a http proxy at the other end of an ssh tunnel (too
> many rapid-fire http/ftp connections, I'm guessing) - so I'd really
> like to get openssh working.
>> Any ideas, folks? Thanks in advance...
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