Re: WinSCP Login Problem with Embedded Computer
- Tip to self: Read the documentation very slowly and carefully. :-)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "David Cameron (IRLP)" <dcameron@...> wrote:
> Please refer to page 8 of the manual.
> "The SSH port defaults to 15426. This is made to prevent standard
> hacking scripts that hunt SSH servers have a harder time finding your
> machine. This means you have to program port 15426 into any SSH or SCP
> program (such as PuTTY or WinSCP) you may use. Also, if you wish to have
> remote access to your IRLP node, you will need to forward port 15426/TCP
> as well."
> So in both programs, you have to change the port from 22 to 15426.
> As for your issue with the remote admin, the remote admin web address is
> pointing to your "outside" ip address. Some routers do not handle this
> well, as the request they send points right back to itself.
> So when "inside" your router, you have to use the IP address. When
> outside of your router, you can use the stnxxxx.ip.irlp.net.
> Dave Cameron
> ipscone wrote:
> > I have installed WinSCP and Putty to be able to transfer files and login
> > from my Windows computer to the Embedded Node. But something isn't
> > working right.
> > Here are login details:
> > Host Name: 192.168.0.xxx (where xxx is the connection to my node computer)
> > User Name: root
> > Password: (I use my password here)
> > Private Key File: I leave this blank
> > Protocol: SFTP (with fallback to SCP)
> > But the login fails. I get this error:
> > "Network error: Connection refused"
> > I have also tried this with "repeater and repeater password" and "remote
> > and remote password".
> > I have no problem connecting from the web as remote. And the passwords
> > and IP are all correct.
> > What am I missing? I get the same kind of error using Putty. The
> > connection is refused. Was there anything else that must have been
> > installed along with WinSCP and Putty?
> > Is there a server running on the embedded node that is automatically
> > running, to allow this type of connection? I would assume so, or one
> > wouldn't be able to use any sort of SSH which is what I was told was the
> > way to transfer files.
> > What am I missing here?