I am having problems trying to ssh to a remote server from my wireless at work.
I tried removing the .ssh folder and such but I can't make it work. At first, I found it was a wireless driver problem in Ubuntu 10.04, but after that I could access from home.
These are all the facts I could gather.
- If I do a failed login it immediately answers me. If I enter the correct password it just hangs forever.
- I can do ssh from my wireless at home
- Co-workers can do ssh from the same wireless I cannot (They also have Ubuntu 10.04)
EDIT: Output after logging in. After printing this it just hangs there.
debug1: Authentication succeeded (password). debug1: channel 0: new [client-session] debug1: Requesting firstname.lastname@example.org debug1: Entering interactive session. debug1: Sending environment. debug1: Sending env LANG = en_US.utf8
And this is my
SendEnv LANG LC_* HashKnownHosts yes GSSAPIAuthentication yes GSSAPIDelegateCredentials no
EDIT 2: auth.log data
Dec 13 16:56:26 sshd: reverse mapping checking getaddrinfo for MY_IP failed - POSSIBLE BREAK-IN ATTEMPT! Dec 13 16:56:32 sshd: Accepted password for MY_USER from MY_IP port SOME_PORT ssh2 Dec 13 16:56:32 sshd: pam_env(sshd:setcred): Unable to open env file: /etc/default/locale: No such file or directory Dec 13 16:56:32 sshd: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened for user MY_USER Dec 13 16:56:32 sshd: pam_env(sshd:setcred): Unable to open env file: /etc/default/locale: No such file or directory
I guess the
POSSIBLE BREAK-IN ATTEMPT is the issue