If you're using Windows VPN, why not just connect to their box on Telnet
or FTP ports and/or SSH from your PC directly to their network.
Oy maybe if I read it right you don't have a Windows machine which would
be problematic for that scenario 😊
I believe there are Linux based PPTP clients available for MS VPN.
date: Fri, 23 Jul 2021 10:02:00 -0500
from: Brad Stone <bvstone@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [IBMiOSS] Can connect ssh terminal
That was from QSH from their system. sysname was their IP address.
Yes, that's all I get. I don't have VPN on my linux system to connect to
their system. They use a crappy old windows VPN.
SSHD was started, and verified it should be up and running in NETSTAT.
I'm more confused than you are. Trust me. I don't know how it goes from
working to not when no one has touched anything.
On Fri, Jul 23, 2021 at 9:48 AM Jack Woehr via OpenSource <
Okay, now I'm totally confused.--
Let's assume, as in your example, your client's system is *sysname*
Are you saying that when you sit at your local workstation and type:
*ssh -v -v -v bvstone@sysname*
all that you get on the screen is:
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