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Remote SSH access on N4310 with regular users
#16
So as long as you can connect locally i don't think there is a problem with NAS configuration and FaJoSSHD
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#17
Yes, I finally got it. I'm still trying out different parameters to sshfs, because the current solution is not optimal, but it works. It seems the problem is with the router at the remote client's end, not at the NAS end. So this command is ok for now:
Code:
sshfs <username>@<thecusid>.thecuslink.com:/raid/<NASusername> <mountphath> -o auto_cache -o reconnect -o IdentityFile=<link_to_rsa_key> -o ProxyCommand='nc %h %p' -p <portnumber>
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#18
(06-09-2017, 02:16 PM)DrMartinus Wrote:  It seems the problem is with the router at the remote client's end, not at the NAS end.

Perhaps their provider (or their firewall) is blocking that ougoing port#?
Thecus N5550 (CPU: D2550 @ 1.86GHz, BIOS: 2.05.14.5.cdv X64)
Disks: 5 x 3TB Seagate NAS-class; 2 x 3TB-RAID1 plus Hot Spare
Memory: 8125 MB (2 x 4 GB Corsair 204-Pin DDR3 SO-DIMM 1333)
Apps: Too many to count....
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(06-10-2017, 12:09 AM)ThaumaTechnician Wrote: Perhaps their provider (or their firewall) is blocking that ougoing port#?

That is very unlikely, because I could before connect to the remote NAS as root - the only thing is now, that sshfs doesn't work well (i.e. it works only with the mentioned parameters).
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#20
Try to run this command on client side before yoi try to connect
Code:
mv ~/.ssh ~/ssh_backup
rm -rf ~/.ssh
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