PAY offered - sshd won't allow client from same domain
youshi10 at u.washington.edu
Sat Sep 16 01:50:10 PDT 2006
On Sep 16, 2006, at 5:46 PM, ke han wrote:
> I will PAY someone who can either answer this question or who wants
> to log into my server and help me figure it out. I can pay an
> hourly rate, make a donation to your favorite project...whatever.
> This problem is killing my productivity!!!!
> I have a FreeBSD 6.1-p6 server running as server1.domain.com.
> sshd is allowing connections from any client except those which
> share the domain.com name..I can't be certain this is the problem,
> but after a month of debugging, its the only common factor I can
> find. My ssh client on server2.domain.com (also FreeBSD 6.1)
> returns with "Read from socket failed: Connection reset by peer" as
> output to my ssh client. On OS X the error message is "Write
> failed: Broken pipe".
> ...So mac.domain.com and server2.domain.com which are on different
> networks from server1 (and from each other) are not allowed...I
> don't get any useful error messages. Even setting sshd_config
> LogLevel to DEBUG3 doesn't provide anything meaningful (to me) in
> auth.log or debug.log
> for server2.domain.com, I even have its ip as an A record in DNS
> and server1 can see this. mac.domain.com is not so lucky as it
> sits behind a DHCP NAT'ed structure. But this should hardly be a
> problem...PuTTY on Windows XP with no domain setting and behind a
> NAT'd DHCP structure CAN connect...
> Please allow me to offer some incentive this time around as this is
> my third post on this problem to this maillist. I have not
> received a single reply.
> Please get in touch.
> thanks ke han
Do you have kerberos compiled and in use for authentication on the
FreeBSD server and are you using it on the OSX client? ssh -vv
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