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- Prem Rachakonda
December 28, 2004, 2:05 pm
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I am facing this weird problem. I am unable to establish ssh
connection from my Windows XP (Professional) machine. The person who
installed software on this machine has formatted this on FAT32 instead
of NTFS. I am not sure if this is the reason.
I am using several clients like PUTTY, SSH-Workstation-client
(ssh.org) and cygwin and I am always getting a "Connection timed out"
Also, I am not able to establish it using WinSCP software. I have
been trying different accounts which are either on Linux,Unix. I am
able to establish the connection through other computers, but not this
XP's personal firewall is disabled. I have Mcafee running on this,
which I suppose doesn't have any firewall capablities (7.x). Please
let me know if someone knows what the problem at my end is.
- Richard E. Silverman
December 28, 2004, 4:03 pm
Re: Unable to establish remote SSH connection from XP machine
PR> I am using several clients like PUTTY, SSH-Workstation-client
PR> (ssh.org) and cygwin and I am always getting a "Connection timed
PR> out" message.
The most likely explanation is that there is a firewall blocking your path
the SSH server(s).
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