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    Question [SSH] Remote Access from Windows XP to Leopard 10.5 through PuTTy

    Hi,


    I'm wondering if I can be able to access through Putty to Leopard 10.5? This is the thing:

    I want to make something like a shell thing, I need someone to connect to my macbook using my terminal, of course, logging with another user which I will provide. For example, I try this:

    In my own terminal, I type:

    ssh -l name AND THE IP

    What happens?

    When I go to my Sys Preferences -> Sharing and then REMOTE LOGIN, it says "To log in to this computer remotely, type "ssh name@ip".

    For example: ssh ramphis@134.23.168.100

    It allows me to connect in my terminal, it allows me to type the password and everything.

    Now, I wanna get access through SSH using Putty (working on a Windows XP)

    When I type the IP in the HOST NAME(OR IP ADDRESS) field, and the port 22 (PUTTY.EXE) and then Open, it brings the black screen with an error., time out, etc...

    I don't know what happens, I checked everything to make everyone to take control of my macbook trying to discover how to this is.

    What do I want to get doing this?

    I need to make an user and a password for someone to connect from Windows XP to that user located in my macbook, and let this person runs BITCHX.

    Please, I need help with this.

    Hope I detailed everything Thanks a lot.

    Ramphis Reyes,
    Dominican Republic.



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    Did you check the firewall settings on the Mac?

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    Yes, I did... Everything I think is not locked, everything checked, I think everyone from my own local network can enter in my macbook, but i don't know if someone from another network does.

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    If everyone from your local network can enter in your Mac, it should be a configuration problem with the router, not from the Mac

 

 

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