[Samba] Telnet and SSH login problems with Red Hat Enterprise ES4
Georges I. Carraha
CarrahaG at arubadigital.com
Fri Oct 27 21:37:21 GMT 2006
I am not sure which list I need to post this to. However, I am pretty
sure that it is more a configuration issue on my Linux server. As I
stated before, I can use SSH and connect to the Linux box remotely using
the root account. However, if I use a different account I get the
"connection refused by server".
I checked the sshd_conf settings and could not find anything in
particular. Can anyone point out what parameters I should check?
mailto:CarrahaG at arubadigital.com
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From: Cleber P. de Souza [mailto:cleberps at gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, October 27, 2006 7:36 AM
To: Georges I. Carraha
Cc: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [Samba] Telnet and SSH login problems with Red Hat
Firstly this isn't a Telnet/SSH list. Such subject must be send to
correct lists and not here.
Second, avoid use telnet, or anyone in your network can eavesdrop your
Probably you can't connect using another user using SSH because your
sshd_conf settings is blocking this. Check it.
On 10/27/06, Georges I. Carraha <CarrahaG at arubadigital.com> wrote:
> We have successfully set up Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES4 and we are
> now trying to connect remote clients to connect to it.
> The problems we are having are as follows:
> a) If we set connect with telnet, we get the login prompt. If we
> use any valid login name & password combination (including root), we
> get the response "Login incorrect" and then the login prompt comes
> How can we allow non-root users to connect with telnet?
> b) If we connect with SSH, we can log in with "root". However,
> can not connect with any other account because it says "connection
> refused by server". How can we allow other users to connect with SSH.
> Telnet is running on the Linux server.
> Georges Carraha
> mailto:CarrahaG at arubadigital.com
> Aruba Digital Systems N.V.
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