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Solaris 10  x86   ssh refused connection from x.x.x.x  JAS

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Hi.
After trying to harden my Solaris 10 x86 using JAS I only get  sshd[811]: refused connection from x.x.x.x (ip address).
If I try ssh localhost I can connect, so ssh is probably answering correct.

Anyone knows what can be wrong?

Kristian
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Modify the /etc/hosts.allow file for the  "sshd"  entry from
sshd: LOCAL
to
sshd: ALL
 
also have a look at this doc:

http://www.sun.com/products-n-solutions/hardware/docs/html/819-1503-10/introduction.html
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