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answered can ssh from host A to B, but not from B to A
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comment can ssh from host A to B, but not from B to A
Hi, trying to explain this better. first, both servers matter! second, I just have one authorized key (which is the same) on both servers. This is the public key. second, I connect through CRT, so the private key is on a PC (or on a MAC via iTerm). if I set up CRT to do port forwarding, shouldn't I be able to not have to have a private key on either server?
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Hi the permissions on .ssh directory are drwx------. Thx for the help guys. much appreciated. let me know if there is any other info I can include.
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comment can ssh from host A to B, but not from B to A
@dave yeah I have SecureCRT with port-forwarding to both hosts. So as I understand it, no private keys are on either Host. I currently, when I try ssh or scp, have a SecureCRT session up and active to both hosts.
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