ssh Connection refused
Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
kdk at daleco.biz
Mon Apr 12 16:55:39 PDT 2004
>I just had an electricity problem ... my freebsd server
>lost the power and shutted down without being requested.
>So far everything looks good on the system, except for sshd....
>When the kernel boot up it is one of the daemons started,
>it is clearly written. Except that it's not anymore reachable
>from another pc.
>Just before this elictricity accident, everything was find
>and I could use remotely my freebsd server (thanks to you
>guys for the "root" tips), since then I can't even log
>with a regular user it says :
>ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.1 port 22: connection refused.
>I really think some file was altered by the electricity problem, but I searched without being successful....
>I'm still learning the all thing about freebsd :/ !!!
>Thanks for your help.
So, you have console, we hope?
First, make *sure* that sshd is running...
$ps -auxv | grep sshd
If it isn't, check /etc/rc.conf, it should say:
What about the firewall, do you have one?
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