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Token ring / OpenSSH
- From: "Bladt Norbert (NBL)" <Norbert dot Bladt at t-systems dot ch>
- To: "'cygwin at cygwin dot com'" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2002 08:54:49 +0100
- Subject: Token ring / OpenSSH
I have a problem with OpenSSH (version 3.0.2p1-5, Openssl: 0.9.6c-3) and
the latest cygwin DLL (1.3.9-1) on a W2K System.
The system has two interfaces:
Sshd works - more or less.
But, obviously, it only listens on one interface (Ethernet), only.
The configuration file for Openssh contains - among other settings:
IMHO, this configuration means to listen on all interfaces.
Now my question is:
Is this the well-known problem of cygwin vs. token ring interfaces
as mentioned in a lot of posts or is this a problem in the OpenSSH
Another point of interest might be:
If I configure the ListenAddress for the sshd to be the token ring
interface (IP-Address), only, I can't connect to the system via ssh.
We use the Openssh port to NT / W2K - Hi Corinna - for a long time without
other cygwin/Openssh problems.
I will try to check whether older versions of the cygwin1.dll and Openssh
work on token-ring only systems. Somebody else in the company might use
Thanks in advance for any help,
T-Systems Schweiz AG, Computing Services (System Management) TZ1 / Z302
Industriestrasse 1, CH 3052-Zollikofen
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