From: James MacLean (macleajb_at_ednet.ns.ca)
Date: Fri 19 Jul 2002 - 01:17:12 BST
On the main server, make sure SSH is bound only to the main IP and not to
0.0.0.0:22 by looking at the output of "netstat -nap | grep sshd". If it
is binding to them all, look at /etc/init.d/v_sshd for a way to fix it, or
edit your sshd_config to only bind on that IP.
You can from the mainserver enter into the vserver with
"vserver <vserver name> enter" and see if "ps ax" shows any sshd running.
It (the vserver's sshd) will need to be restarted once the main server's
sshd is fixed.
Or if all that is annoying you can modify the sshd_config on the vserver
and have it bind to a port other and 22, like maybe 23 because telnet just
isn't as kewl :).
On Thu, 18 Jul 2002, Jason Silverglate wrote:
> I can't SSH to the ip of the vserver sends me to the main server. How do
> I enable it so when i ssh to the ip of the vserver it sends me to the vserver?
> Jay Silver jason_at_pwebtech.com ICQ 103463692
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-- James B. MacLean macleajb_at_ednet.ns.ca Department of Education Nova Scotia, Canada B3M 4B2