Update: Re: Help with synchronizing two directories on
tevfik at itefix.no
Wed Oct 12 11:38:46 GMT 2005
Can you simply run -netstat- on your PCs and check if you can see something listening on port 22 ?
It may also be helpful if you can be more specific about what platforms you experience that problem.
Maybe your ssh daemon is being activated via tcp-wrappers and there is something blocking between ?
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> Subject: Update: Re: Help with synchronizing two directories
> on remoteservers
> Strangely we can login as ssh from the pc here, but we cannot
> login as ssh from the other remote server (ssh:
> connect to host serverb port 22: Connection refused).
> What is happening? I do not understand.
> On Monday 10 Oct 2005 17:44, Paul Slootman wrote:
> > On Mon 10 Oct 2005, symbulos - ethical services (external
> mailing lists) wrote:
> > > What I do is to go to one of the server (server a) as root using
> > > ssh, navigate to the directory, and write
> > >
> > > rsync -avz username at serverb:directory/ ./
> > >
> > > This is the error we get
> > >
> > > ssh: connect to host 18.104.22.168 port 22: Connection refused
> > This simply means that ssh is not running as a daemon on the remote
> > system (serverb). Ensure that you can login as "username"
> via ssh on
> > that system before trying rsync over ssh.
> > Paul Slootman
> symbulos - ethical services for your organisation website
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