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I can't access the server using ssh user@IP with the right password i get access denied even though the sshd config is set correctly i restarted it reloaded nothing worked. I generated an rsa key over one machine the only one that can access the server anny suggestions

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  • run the client in verbose mode ssh -vvvvv user@ip – hardillb Sep 5 at 10:29
  • from the distant machine ? – Zineb BAGHDADI Sep 5 at 10:43
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Check /etc/ssh/sshd_config on the server, maybe there are some Match Address rule or your user is not allowed to login from ssh. Check messages with ssh -vv user@IP for some hint. If you cannot reach the password prompt, check firewall rules.

Best regards

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Problem Solved Reboot the Server and restart ssh services.

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