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- Todd Zervas
August 10, 2004, 8:06 pm
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plink 0.55 and a Linux server running OpenSSH 3.4p1 (RedHat 8.0).
Using putty.exe and the Tunnelling configuration screen, I can setup a local
port tunnel, save it as a session, and it works just fine. No problems. I
can log in, then start MS Query (yes, I know) and it uses the tunnel and
But when I use plink.exe in a cmd.exe shell to make the same connection, MS
Query hangs. I do "plink -load sessionname" and I get a connection prompt,
I log in, the command shell on the server is available, but MS Query hangs
waiting for a connection when I try to connect. Same with MS Access. The
plink -v option shows the same event messages that putty shows -- the tunnel
is opened at the expected time but nothing seems to go through.
I don't get it. The same connection with the same app works great when I
log in using putty.exe. But plink.exe, nothing. What have I done wrong? I
can't believe I've found a bug.
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