Re: SSH doesn't accept password

From: Richard Silverman (res@des.jhy.us.ml.com)
Date: 04/17/02


From: Richard Silverman <res@des.jhy.us.ml.com>
Date: 17 Apr 2002 02:40:15 -0400


>>>>> "AF" == Andreas Fahrner <andreas.fahrner@fernuni-hagen.de> writes:

    AF> Hi, after upgrading from ssh 2.5 to 3.1p1 on Solaris 8, ssh
    AF> doesn't connect to my server running ssh 2.9 on FreeBSD. When
    AF> trying 'ssh username@server' I get:

    AF> otp-md5 124 ic0199 ext S/Key Password:

    AF> and my password isn't accepted. Though, I'm able to connect from
    AF> other clients running e.g. ssh 2.5.

Looks as if that client is using keyboard-interactive authentication, not
password. Try "ssh -o PreferredAuthentications=password ...".

-- 
 Richard Silverman
 slade@shore.net



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