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Old 04-19-2010, 10:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,

I have tried downloading two free SSH clients, MidpSSH and newly created BBSSH. However, both of them give me the same error. I create the connection and enter all the parameters, and yet this is what happens

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Connecting to mywebsiteURL...
and after 1-2 seconds, it adds the word OK at the end
Connecting to mywebsiteURL…OK

However, then I get the message

IN: 0 bytes
OUT: 0 bytes
TOTAL: 0 bytes
I have contacted the developer, and he suggests that "It sounds like the underlying socket isn’t allowing any data transfer". At first, I thought this was APN settings, but then I have filled them with "orangeinternet", however I get the same thing.

I've tried to connect over TCP/IP, WAP and Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi gives me a different meaage (Notice: Tunnel failed), WAP just hangs there, and TCP/IP gives me the above message about 0 bytes in/out.

What's also strange is that these attempts are not even logged on my server in the secure log.

Any thoughts on why do my connections fail?


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Old 04-19-2010, 07:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Could be an IT Policy?

I installed BBSSH and have not had any problem Telnet'ing or SSH'ing to my network devices.
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Could be an IT Policy?
Not sure what you meant? You mean on my website server? I log in with putty every day to it.
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