cannot ssh to machine on lan when it has no internet connection
jeremy at stormy.smart-serv.net
Fri Aug 26 12:55:03 GMT 2005
Simon Morgan wrote:
>On 8/25/05, Ben Pratt <ben at thegeekzone.com> wrote:
>>I'm not sure if this will work or not but try setting up /etc/hosts to
>>reflect your LAN. I had a friend who had issues when, even though he was
>>connected to the Internet, he had DNS messed up on his FreeBSD system.
>>I'm thinking the SSH server is trying to do some DNS lookups and if you
>>set your hosts file to have the information about the client machine
>>that may be resolved.
>Just to let you know I tried your suggestion and unfortunately it didn't work.
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You could set the UseDNS option in /etc/ssh/sshd_config to no. I found
this helps when there is no available DNS servers.
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