I have no idea if this helps or not.
I was able to connect, via ssh, to a desktop computer. The CMOS battery
was removed from the desktop computer and replaced after a minute. Then, I
could not connect with ssh, as the desktop generated a new key. Once that
key was imported, into the computer I was using, I could connect again.
I found this, which is Ubuntu. May not be relevant.
But, the above link and my experience with Linux has me wondering if
something similar happened to your system. Did some component get replaced
or have power removed for an extended period of time? Thus remote sites
now no longer have valid public keys to your system?
On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 11:16 PM, Steinmetz, Paul <PSteinmetz@xxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
Received 3 of these this evening at 18:10.
1) Is there anyway of confirming who or what is trying to connect?
2) why the failure messages?
3) what is the reason for the message and/or failure?
(75881) QSECOFR/QP0ZSPWP:PENCOR05 sshd: fatal: no hostkey alg
(75890) QSECOFR/QP0ZSPWP:PENCOR05 sshd: fatal: no hostkey alg
(75899) QSECOFR/QP0ZSPWP:PENCOR05 sshd: fatal: no hostkey alg
Also, MPLUS auto notified (email and/or text) of the above failure.
IBM i Systems Administrator
Pencor Services, Inc.
462 Delaware Ave
Palmerton Pa 18071
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