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ericlomm

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Hello,

I have tried to enable the SSH service to gain access the the Firewall operating system on an installed vmware virtual appliance version from one specific computer.

I have create the following traffic rule
name: SSH firewall
Source: Host(10.x.x.xxx)
Destination: Firewall Host
Service: SSH
Action: Permit

However when I go to the host at the address 10.x.x.xxx and attempt to initiate a SSH session I am not able to connect. Is there something I have missed in setting this up?


Eric Lommatsch
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alialtansaka

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Same situation here, how may i connect to linux OS on vmware virtual appliance version of Kerio Firewall

i always get "connection refused" error message

[Updated on: Wed, 26 May 2010 19:14]

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Skid

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How to enable SSH
in Kerio apliance
ALT F2
Login:root
Password:adminPW
for test ... start-ssh

automatic run...
vi /etc/default/ssh
edit RUN_SSHD=no
to RUN_SSHD=yes
save
reboot

[Updated on: Tue, 14 December 2010 17:19]


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giampos

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Skid wrote on Tue, 14 December 2010 17:19
How to enable SSH
in Kerio apliance
ALT F2
Login:root
Password:adminPW
for test ... start-ssh

automatic run...
vi /etc/default/ssh
edit RUN_SSHD=no
to RUN_SSHD=yes
save
reboot



entering "root" and <admin password> I can't login.

system reply "login incorrect"
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