Changed SSH default port and disabled root login. Client didn't save the new port can't login/connect to it now
Working on my centos server. Connecting via putty. Changed SSH default port and disabled root login. But the client didn't save the new port and defaulted back to 22 (my new one was 42650 or something ...
I start most of my SSH connections with a windows command like this cmd://"C:\Program Files\PuTTY\putty.exe" -ssh firstname.lastname@example.org I assume this defaults to port 22. Now I need to connect on a ...
I have been trying to find an alternative to putty for windows. It needs to be portable and it must support remote port forwarding. Putty has had problems with its own implementation of remote port ...
Any one have any idea why a remote command to a NetApp filer would fail when using Plink/Putty (to execute a command) across 2 networks? Everything is open both ways (multiple firewalls), but the ...