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I get this error when ever I try to connect my desktop with another desktop using SSH, but I'm able to ping the other desktop successfully.

ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.7 port 22: Connection refused

I can connect to remote server using SSH but I'm not able to connect within the local network. Please help me in this regards,

Thanks in advance.

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The Connection Refused message generally means there is nothing listening on the relevant port. Make sure that sshd is running.

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It seems your SSH daemon is not running..

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When I do ps -ef |grep ssh I get the pid no with it –  Rudra Feb 13 '13 at 7:36
    
service sshd status run this command and let us know what outout you are getting. –  Abhishek Anand Amralkar Feb 13 '13 at 7:48
    
can run below two command and see if your ssh works or not , If you are on RPM based then 1. service iptables stop 2. set enforce 0 or if you are on debian based try to stop apparmor service apparmor stop. –  Abhishek Anand Amralkar Feb 13 '13 at 8:00

Either not running, or blocked by some firewall or not listening on that interface/IP...

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Firewall blocking does not generate connection refused error. –  Khaled Feb 13 '13 at 8:25
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@Khaled it does if you REJECT rather than DROP. –  Ladadadada Feb 13 '13 at 14:14

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