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September 5, 2005, 2:05 am
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A while back a friend of mine set up my Red Hat box and changed my SSH
config to use port 443. Everything worked great.
Recently a consultant came in to set up mirroring, and now, it will not
accept SSH on port 443, only port 22.
The sshd_config file still says Port=443. So, I'm totally lost. Does
anyone have any other ideas on which files I can check, or why this
config has changed? I backed up all the config files and believe that
I put them all back......
I'm going nuts over this..........
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