New MidpSSH 1.6.0 released
Karl has released a new stable MidpSSH, v1.6.0, on 27 Feb - didn't see anyone here catch it, I just saw it last night while reinstalling. This is the first new release in over a year.
WAP install link to send to your phone:
"Version 1.6 includes support for Keyboard Interactive authentication and an HTTP proxy solution for people behind telco firewalls."
I keep getting an open tunnel error. Is there something I need to configure for the t-mobile network?
Good find! Installed and working fine.
I am having all kinds of trouble using this. I have SSH2 auth setup on my server, always have, always will.
Now, how in the heck do I use my current keyfile with this so I can login!?
I installed the for the first time yesterday (version 1.6.0). I am using T-mobile and have added the wap.voicestream.com to the APN under TCP. I am trying to use the telnet connection and still get Session Error
Writer:Open Tunnel- failure. I have talked to T-mobile and then even sent me to RIMM for assistance. Still no luck. Any one have any suggestions.
hey hacd - here's my settings, maybe one of them will help. I'm using Midpssh 1.6.0 using the BIS T-Mobile data plan, I just connected to a server to verify it's working.
midpssh -> settings -> network
http proxy mode: off, polling I/O: off
settings -> advanced -> tcp
settings -> securuty -> TLS
TLS default: Handheld
I can't remember why I have the TLS set to 'Handheld', some app needed it that way (or maybe some website?) that I had to change it.
Here's one for you guys:
I'm using this but when I try to put in ls to do a directory listing on my server, suretype is converting it to Ls. How do I get it to NOT capitalize the letter?
Found it on their site:
These are the same:
I have the same problem with the cap letter -- try using your ! instead, for instance !ls and !exit, as a workaround. If you're just typing a simple one-binary command like ls, cd, etc. it works fine -- it will print the command on the stdout, but it works. (this is not what you're supposed to use the reserved ! for, but any port in a storm!).
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