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  1. vega69

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    SSH Connexion

    Hello i have 2 questions.

    1 I tryed to connect with putty SSH . When i put the password, i have the message "server unexpected closed net work connection connection " . I tryed with Xshell another terminal SSh
    i can be connected, login and password is accepeted, access granted, but at last the message "Connection closed" .Look et pictures here

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    2. How i can see the CentOS version , if i have the CentOS 3.5 or CentOS 3.4 ?

    Thanks at you
     
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    seriously, if you dont know how to check an OS version you shouldnt be running a server.

    2) do you have root?

    3) if you have root, have you asked the datacentre to check out the openssh server for problems.

    4) have you tried connecting from another pc


    Regards,
    Brent
     
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    mitul Well-Known Member

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    Also check the status of openssh by logging into WHM...

    You can also restrat service if required..
     
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    How i can check the status of openssh into WHM ?
     
  5. vega69

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    1. I have root

    2. It's open

    3. I did'n try this my port 23 is open
     
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    SSH uses port 22.
     
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    i have same problem.it first time for use centOS.i could remote ssh before install cpanel.after install i can't use ssh.when i log on it show "Access denied".

    anyone help me.How can i do it?i can use whm.

    My Server
    XEON 2.8 Ghz EM64
    CentOS 3.5 64bit

    Thank you so much
     
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    linux-image Well-Known Member

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    "Access denied" can come from a wrong password or a username.
     
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    It is possible to get an "Acces denied" message if you try to log in as root in ssh, but root login is disabled in sshd configuration file.

    Try login as a regular user and after a successful login, use su command.
     
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