to ~/.ssh/config on the client and see
if that helps. Cured dropped connections I was having.
Ewan Oughton B.Sc. Comp Sys
DB / AnonFTP / Orac Root Admin SkyNet
On Fri, 2 Feb 2007, John A. Kinsella wrote:
> I'm running Ubuntu Edgy Edge on both work & home desktop machines.
>> I ssh in from home to work and all is well.
>> Except that after about 15 mins the connection drops.
>> Presumably I need to change a setting in /etc/ssh/sshd_config
> on work box?
>> I tried Googling on this but no luck.
>> Any ideas?
>> John A. Kinsella Ph: +353-61-202148 (Direct)
> +353-61-333644 x 2148 (Switch)
> Mathematics Dept. e-mail: John.Kinsella at ul.ie> University of Limerick FAX: +353-61-334927
> IRELAND Web: http://jkcray.maths.ul.ie>> On Fri, 2 Feb 2007, Justin Mason wrote:
>>>>> Robert Sweetnam writes:
>>> Rick Moen wrote:
>>>> Quoting Philip Creevy (tiger98 at iol.ie):
>>>>>>>> My own nameserver already proclaims itself authoritative for a number of
>>>> advertising and spying-on-the-user (or "metrics", depending on your
>>>> degree of cynicism) domains I have absolutely no use for:
>>> Excellent advice and information,
>>>>>> Indeed there was another thread on ILUG recently, again about OpenDNS,
>>> where Colm Buckley mentioned that if you have a broadband connection
>>> there is no reason not to run your own DNS server (resolver).
>>>>>> As Rick mentioned, one of the main advantages is that you can block
>>> certain URL's. Of course this involves some initial setup but on top of
>>> everything else, running a caching DNS server at home will be
>>> educational to say the least and of course quicker.
>>>> Yep. And either way will be more reliable and safer than using a typical
>> consumer ISP's nameservers... the latest trick these days is ISPs cutting
>> off connections for using SpamAssassin:
>>http://daryl.dostech.ca/blog/2006/12/31/rogers-nxdomain-means-nxservice-for-you/>>>> Impressively inept.
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