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Re: About ssh
- From: Javier Vasquez <j dot e dot vasquez dot v at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Sun, 22 Sep 2013 19:53:49 -0600
- Subject: Re: About ssh
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> It looks like you have no routing to that port.
> What happens when you turn off the windoze firewall completely?
I have no clue. Though I'm using windows 8, the following seems to apply:
But, at any rate, though the indication to turn on/off firewall is
there, it's not actionable. Meaning, the options don't seem to be
> To see if there is routing, I find it easier to use netcat
> Install netcat, disable sshd server, then run this:
> $ nc -lp 22
OK, done on windows with "ncat -lp 22". The application keeps there
listening I'd guess.
> On your client, you run
> $ echo blah | nc <host> 22
This on the remote box just hangs, and nothing happens. Apparently it
happens the same as with ssh.
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