SSH port needs to change
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 2, 2010
The proxy at my school blocks port 22 (and about half of everything accessible from port 80 ). How do I change the port on my SSH server to something else?
Oh, and I'm looking for help, not a lecture on why I shouldn't try to bypass the filter. There is not a provision in the student handbook against SSH, and our Internet policy is VERY thorough. And I'm just using another port, not using a proxy or bruteforce-ing my way into the admin panel.
change ssh port
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 10, 2010
Hi i need to change ssh port on the servers including centos and ubuntu
when i make changes to /etc/ssh/sshd.config and change the port to something else
then i can determine that port 22 is not working
but ssh does not connect to new port
it says "no route to the host"
ssh port connection refused / login from outside
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 27, 2009
I'm having a problem with logging in to the computer in the basement using ssh.
It's using ubuntu server 9.04.
I've opened the port, restarted, closed, opened again, and restarted the computer.
I can ssh into my laptop using putty and then when I try to ssh into the basement computer using my laptop, I get this message: "ssh: connection to host 192.168.1.65
port 22: connection refused" I get the same message when using putty to directly connect to the computer in the basement. I can ssh from the basement computer to my laptop and my desktop computer when I'm running linux.
I can't even scan the ports using nmap on the computer in the basement. When I did scan the ports on the loopback interface on the computer in the basement, I see the ports 22,53,80, and 5300 open. These are the ones that I want open but I don't know why 53 is open nor do I want it open. Could it be that the domain service is messing things up? If so, how can I shut it down?
I tried to make new s
How to open ssh port ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 12, 2011
Can u tell me how to open ssh port i am using Debian 5.0.3 i38.
SSH port 22....eh...you know the drill by now...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 22, 2010
Alright, so it seems like everyone and their mother is having a port 22:connection refused problem with SSH. None of what I have read has been what I have been experiencing, so I figured I would post here. The worst that could happen is this gets completely ignored, or I am told that there is already a solution, that I missed it, and directed to it.
Here is my problem:
Just learned how to ssh into my machine a few days ago. Everything has been running smoothly until I ran into a little problem: all of a sudden I can't connect anymore.
I have sshd-server installed and updated. I have sshd turned on
/sbin/service sshd start
And I even ran:
Because I was told that it would start ssh from boot. Nothing has changed from today and yesterday and I haven't been having problems with port 22 being blocked.
I have also tried to ssh into the machine by the machine itself:
ssh <IP of machine>
with the same error.
More ssh port forwarding
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 9, 2014
Thanks for reading.
I have pulled hair trying to solve this. I'm pretty linux savvy, but networking; not-so-much.
I've had the home network set up for years, and as old as it is, it's working and I really don't want to upgrade hardware until I can start yanking wires and doing it proper: again.(waiting for IPV6 rollout to go equipment shopping). My office is setup recently, newer equipment, and a lovely high speed line.
I would like to have the transmission-daemon running on my home media pc, and use the work router as a proxy, or similar. Yes, I understand it's slower there, etc. Thing is, sometimes I don't go to the office for a week or two and work from home, and I'm fine with the slower speeds transmission gets over the wisp since my QOS moves it out of the way as needed. What I hate is not being able to connect to but a small amount of peers, and seeding to 100%? yeah. not often, and leads to bad JuJu. (Due to the double NAT)
What do I need to do to create a route or
SSH port forwarding with X11 and SSHFS. How do I do this?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 2, 2010
I've used wake on lan and SSH on the local network for some time now. I also used SSH to mount a filesystem (SSHFS / sftp, same thing, right?) and I could forward X11, loved it. I used both these options for my convenience.
So I decided it was time to open up some ports on my router (Linksys WRT320n running dd-wrt) and try to set up a remote connection. This actually worked after some time, so I'm now able to turn on my home computer from the Internet (school in my case) and then log in to it through SSH.
I set this up using other ports then the default ports. Something like this (these are not the actual ports I use, just examples):
port 2112 -> port 9 (for wol, wake on lan)
port 2113 -> port 22 (for SSH)
This information might be useful: I set this up using public and private keys. This is necessary for SSHFS to work properly I think and it also makes it more secure.
And then I found (and had some presumptions that this was going to happen) that both S
ssh port closed but still open
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 9, 2012
i am using lucid 10.04 amd64 with ssh post closed by iptables also fail2ban. Pcflank says everything is locked and good but GRC [ShieldsUP!] firewall says port 22 is open. Now this happens every time in public wifi. Is this normal?
How to fix firewall issues when in recovery mode? ssh port seems blocked
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 27, 2014
Hello I think I have mistakenly locked myself from a remote server (ssh).There is no way to physically log into that server but I had a way to restart in recovery mode (unmanaged dedicated hosting) but it seems ufw is not even installed when in recovery mode. should I follow serverfault post about using purely iptables script to be run at boot time?
I have no ufw folder under /etc/default nor under /etc/
[Youtube] easy way change ssh port
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 6, 2013
i make a youtube vdieo to tel you how to change ssh port with easy way
please leave comment
The Link :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0KkGplyiN0
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