Re: Protocol 2,1 does not work for /etc/ssh/sshd_config

wong_powah@xxxxxxxx schrieb:
This does not work (client cannot ssh) even though the man page
specify this:
Protocol 2,1

This work (client can ssh) :
Protocol 1
Protocol 2

I do "service sshd restart" for both configuration.
sshd version is OpenSSH_3.5p1 on FC6 computer.

what does Protocol 1,2 do?
we have serveral boxes which seems to have problems in the protocol handling in the transition from 2 to 1.

I am not shure if your second config yust end by only 1 or 2.
What says a ssh -v -v -v server, does it try both protocols?


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