Re: fatal: mm_request_receive_expect error

If the only thing that changes was the destination client it is a GOOD
BET that your PIX is not culpable.

Now, what protocol of SSH is being used on the SSH client? Is it
forcing say protocol 2 while the destination server only talks protocol
1 or vice verse?


Port 22
Protocol 2

I am betting it is the Protocol and the client is not self adjusting.

Leif Ericksen

On Wed, 2007-10-17 at 13:24 -0500, Ryan McCain wrote:
We have a client that is coming through our PIX firewall (rules are set properly) and trying to SSH into our Linux box. We are using SLED 10 with openssh-4.2p1-18.25. He previously was able to SSH in until will rebuilt the server (hardware failure). Now when he tries login I get this error in /var/log/messages:

Oct 16 16:22:12 dss-cs99la07 sshd[16641]: fatal: mm_request_receive_expect: read: rtype 48 != type 46

..He is using a Windows SSH client. My first guess was he still had our old certificate but it prompts him to accept the new one and he does.

I have confirmed myself and others can SSH from outside the firewall so I'm pretty sure it's not a firewall issue.

Any ideas?

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