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- OpenSSH_3.8p1+Secuid problem
April 26, 2004, 3:36 pm
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RSA ACE Server 5.2
Everything works fine until user trys to log in.First username,then unix
password and then passcode.passcode fails every time.Logs in ace server
says than "Access denied,passcode incorrect"...heres the weird part,same
user/token and it works in windows but not in linux.
Same thing with RSA pam module...also with /opt/pam/bin/acetest
Any ideas ?
Re: OpenSSH_3.8p1+Secuid problem**Solved**
Error: "Access Denied, PASSCODE Incorrect"
Cause of this problem
ACE/Agent thinks the Linux box is multi-homed or hostname is listed
under the loopback address
If the Linux box is multi-homed or has multiple IP addresses, add
secondary nodes to Agent Host Properties.
If the Linux box is not multi-homed, check the following:
In the /etc/hosts file Red Hat has a default entry for 127.0.0.1 with
the host name of the Linux box:
127.0.0.1 hostname.domainname.com hostname localhost.localdomain.com
, change this entry as follows:
127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain.com localhost
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx hostname.domainname.com hostname
NOTE: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx reflects the actual IP Address of the Linux box.
You can find this by running an ifconfig from the command prompt. If
this is multi-homed, find the primary interface by typing " hostname "
at the command prompt, then ping the hostname as it is returned.
" hostname " reflects the actual hostname of the computer. You can find
your hostname by typing " hostname " at the command prompt.
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