From: bobb at domain redbrick.dcu.ie
Date: Mon 10 Jul 2000 - 19:42:58 IST
Subba Rao hath declared on Friday the 07 day of July 2000 :-:
> I was using openssh-1.2.1 for a while and recently switched to
> With the older version of openssh, I could establish connection to my
> server over the Internet. With the newer version, the keys that are
> generated by ssh-keygen do not allow me to connect to my server. The server
> accepts the keys generated by the older version of ssh.
> My ssh client is TeraTerm Pro for windows. I do not think that should make
> any difference. This client works fine with the old keys and the new server.
> I do not why the new keys are not working with the new server.
> Is anyone else experiencing this problem?
Would this be the ttssh extention for TeraTerm ?? (http://www.zip.com.au/~roca/ttssh.html)
It only supports ssh1 apparently.
I've never come across any free ssh2 windows clients, the ssh2 licence
is somewhat more restrictive.
On that note, I heard rumour somewhere that their planning to move
ssh1 under the ssh2 licence. Be this true ?
-- Robert "bobb" Crosbie. System Administrator, Internet Ireland.
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