Re: [IUG] Windows 7, firewall, and SSH
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Thanks, Josh, we'll take a look at that.
From: innopac-bounces at innovativeusers dot org [mailto:innopac-bounces at innovativeusers dot org] On Behalf Of Josh Stompro
Sent: Friday, February 03, 2012 10:50 AM
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Subject: Re: [IUG] Windows 7, firewall, and SSH
Mia, one think you may want to try is to set the keepalive settings in putty. Look under settings->Connection. That setting will send a packet to the server every X num of seconds to keep the connection from timing out.
I use putty with windows 7 64 bit and don't need that option, but I'm on the same network as the millennium server, if you have any firewalls/routers between your machines and the server they might be timing out inactive connections.
Lake Agassiz Regional Library - Moorhead MN larl.org
Josh Stompro | Office 218.233.3757 EXT-139
LARL Network Administrator | Cell 218.790.2110
On 2/3/2012 8:40 AM, Mia Massicotte wrote:
> We are interested in speaking with other sites that run Windows 7 and use putty to ssh to the character-based system. We are having trouble isolating either a windows firewall issue or emulation gremlins and our ssh connections are timing out.
> Please contact me off-list if you are willing to help!
> Many thanks.
> Mia Massicotte
> Systems Librarian
> Concordia University Library, LB-245-3
> 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West
> Montreal, Quebec CANADA H3G 1M8
> V: (514) 848-2424 ext.7783
> Mia dot Massicotte at concordia dot ca<mailto:Mia dot Massicotte at concordia dot ca>
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