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    Default Can't connect to iPhone using SSH/SFTP

    Hey guys. I know there are (thousands) of help me/problem threads in this room but I have problem connecting using SSH/SFTP. I've tried Fugu and Fetch - nothing seems to work.

    I have followed these steps several times now: http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=3705

    The phone is jailbroken, activated and SSH/SFTP/SCP installed - using iNdependence.

    I've also got Installer.app on my iPhone aswell as BSD Subsystem and Community Sources.

    Please help me, guys. I've been messing with this shit for about 10 hours now - I'm about to quit... Thanks.
    Petemag - Running on a 15" MacBook Pro 2.5 GHz and an 8GB iPhone SW unlocked - SW unlocked 45 iPhones and HW unlocked 2 iPhone



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    I ended up having to reinstall the SSH package using iNdependence to get SSH back on there... I think the Apptapp installer actually removes it on you.

    After that, I had no problems connecting via SFTP, but when I connect via SSH, it disconnects me after typing three characters or pressing return at the shell prompt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhollington View Post
    I ended up having to reinstall the SSH package using iNdependence to get SSH back on there... I think the Apptapp installer actually removes it on you.

    After that, I had no problems connecting via SFTP, but when I connect via SSH, it disconnects me after typing three characters or pressing return at the shell prompt.
    I just tried that but Fugu still keeps telling me: "Warning: Remote Host Identification has changed"

    Thanks for your reply, though...
    Petemag - Running on a 15" MacBook Pro 2.5 GHz and an 8GB iPhone SW unlocked - SW unlocked 45 iPhones and HW unlocked 2 iPhone

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    I don't know about Fugu specifically, but that message normally means the secure key that is used for SSH/SFTP is not what it was the last time you connected to that device.

    If you can find the actual entry for the cached key you can clear it out, but it might be simpler just to change the iPhone's IP address so that Fugu et al recognize it as a different host.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhollington View Post
    I don't know about Fugu specifically, but that message normally means the secure key that is used for SSH/SFTP is not what it was the last time you connected to that device.

    If you can find the actual entry for the cached key you can clear it out, but it might be simpler just to change the iPhone's IP address so that Fugu et al recognize it as a different host.
    Do you know how to change the IP address?
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    Sure.... Go in to Settings->Wi-Fi and then tap on the blue arrow beside your wireless network name and you should be brought to the IP configuration page. Choose "Static" and you'll be able to enter your own IP address in the address field. You're best to just change the last number to something else so that you keep in one the same subnet (perhaps just increment it by one or somesuch).

    You may also want to do a ping from your workstation first of the address you want to assign to make sure that another computer on your network isn't already using it. To do this, just pop out to a command prompt and type "ping <ip address>"

 

 

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