[RndTbl] SSH? Routing?
sean at tinfoilhat.ca
Thu Nov 10 21:16:41 CST 2011
In 2011-11-10, at 8:55 PM, Kevin McGregor wrote:
> Here's a new one for me:
> I've got this set up: Shaw ISP --> Netgear WNDR3700v2 router --> <my main network 192.168.7.0> --> WRT54G (OpenWRT) --> <my secondary network 192.168.8.0>
> When I SSH from 192.168.8.99 to 192.168.7.100, I get this:
> The authenticity of host '192.168.7.100 (192.168.7.100)' can't be established.
> RSA key fingerprint is 8b:a...4:09.
> Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes
> Warning: Permanently added '192.168.7.100' (RSA) to the list of known hosts.
> me at 192.168.7.100's password:
> I enter the password, and there it hangs indefinitely. Any guesses what's happening? I've turned off all firewall stuff in the WRT54G. Also, I'm using PuTTY, and I can't break out of it with ^C or any other signal. Very weird.
Run SSHD in the foreground and send debugging output to stdout (sorry don't know the option off the top of my head).
If you can use your mac or something that has openssh client on it. run ssh -vvv and lots of junk will pass by. It will give more info and maybe a hint as to what's happening.
How long is indefinitely? Maybe not the case at all but if SSH can't do reverse host lookup stuff you can expect long session startup times.
Debug output from either would help lots.
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