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I cant seem to get this to work. I'm trying to ssh to an internal server.

I have scs disabled on both trust and untrust interface, as well as admin settings so that the netscreen does not use ssh for administration. I've used the built in service on 22 as well as created a custom service using source port 2222 and destination of 22 pointing to internal server.

Nothing seems to work.

Telnet works fine. Citrix works fine. One is built in and the other custom, so...

Can you help?
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by:zen_68
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When disabling the scs on the interface manage ment tickboxes, log file says SCS connection from x.x.x.x failed, SCS is disabled on interface. If tick box is checked, which I dont think it should be, putty ssh times out, and no log entries.
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are you using a MIP or a VIP to allow traffic to the internal server?
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vip
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My VIP has two options in the gui,
1. same as untrusted ip
2.  give address.

 I have it as same as untrusted, and telnet, and citrix work fine. However, if i try to change the default incoming port for telnet, by changing the virtual port , it does not work. SSH doesn't work any way I try it.
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Sanga Collins earned 2000 total points
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from the command line (telnet or console) try the following and then reboot the device

set vip multi-port


you may have to check the last part. i can remember if it is multiport as one word or multi-port with a dash.
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Thanks, I forgot to mention I have multi-port enabled.

I did find I could change the default ssh management port so I did that too. So far no dice.
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Solved!

There was actually an ip restriction on the server. Had they told me that originally, I wouldve still had my sanity.
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by:Sanga Collins
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Ah!

Its always the little details!
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Awarding points to sanqamc for his help, thank you.
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